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My husband was charged by the state of Washington due to sexual abuse claims of a family member, but was found not guilty by a jury of 12. He has proof of being elsewhere on the dates of the accusations. The girl accusing him is still saying it to family members and we want it to stop. Can my husband sue her for all the financial and emotional harm she has caused us?We have a witness that went to trial for the defense, to whom the girl told that she was in love with my husband. We think that is one of the motives for the accusations other than the fact that she would outcry to school counselors and an at-risk-youth counselor when she would be in trouble for running away from home with her boyfriend for weeks at a time, and having problems with drugs and alcohol while she was a minor. To us it is either wanting to ruin my huband's marriage or deviating attention from her out of control behaviors. If someone has any suggestions I greatly appreciate.
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