Consult with a local lawyer about an order of protection.
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Suing or a least a lawyer's letter. Be mindful that the statute of limitations for defemation is 1 year.
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SOL is one year. A cease and desist letter from a local attorney could work, or it could add fuel to the fire.Ask a similar question
The issue is your ability to show damages unless you are entitled under some theory to per se damages. Consult a PI attorney, but if you want to pursue it s/he may want to get paid hourly, and not agree to a contingent fee retainer.
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