r/NoStupidQuestions Jan 20 '22

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u/SkrogedScourge Jan 20 '22

They are stalking and harassing you and you could press charges against them.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/cornholio8675 Jan 20 '22 edited Jan 20 '22

This actually sounds like the behavior of a paranoid skitzo to me. They've chosen you as their imaginary external tormentor, for whatever reason, and spend their days trying to get back at you for a crime you never committed. You should delete any social media they're aware of, and start fresh, because they're never going to stop. I've dealt with this myself, and even after multiple arrests the person persisted.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/cornholio8675 Jan 20 '22

Sorry to hear that op, definitely pursue legal remedy, get a lawyer, and report every incident. You never know when this person will escalate, and you want law enforcement to be well aware of it before that happens.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/cornholio8675 Jan 20 '22

Yeah, its likely one person creating multiple accounts. Like others have said just report and document as much of it as you can in case it ever gets worse. It'll be easier to defend yourself and make a case if anything happens

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u/Worsel555 Jan 21 '22

There will be local attorneys in your area that can guide you through this. Find a local one. That is the best advice you have gotten and will get here.

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u/zaragoza_no Jan 20 '22

Yes, had someone like this who harassed so many “stalkers” that she was allegedly forced to move out of the city by police

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u/sumthingsumthingblah Jan 20 '22

Talk to a Lawyer (a real one not Reddit) to see what your options are. File a report so you can start your paper trail. Keep everything and make sure it’s organized (in case you have to explain yourself in a pinch).

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u/lovelynutz Jan 20 '22

An attorney can do a cease and desist letter, and request case numbers for all the “reports” filed against you(if they exist) so you can handle them properly. Then sue them for libel and defamation since they have told others lies, affecting your collaborations. When you win you can forward a copy of your legal victory to anyone they have talked to, or will talk to.

good luck

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u/HaElfParagon Jan 20 '22

Yes, they can legally tell you not to post videos on youtube. You can also legally tell them to suck an egg.

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u/[deleted] Jan 21 '22

You can also legally tell them to suck an egg.

*suck my dick

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u/cburgess7 Jan 21 '22

That would be sexual harassment

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u/[deleted] Jan 21 '22

Oh good point, i have monky brain

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u/Cliffy73 Jan 20 '22

You should get a lawyer and ask them about filing a restraining order.

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u/Maranne_ Jan 20 '22

No, not at all. In fact, you could go to the police and turn this around on them.

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u/TheRealAstic Jan 20 '22

We need more details man this is too nuts.

What’s her deal?

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u/RandomGuy1838 Jan 21 '22

Someone answered in another thread, I concur: paranoid schizophrenia. Another incident on here followed a similar pattern: girl from high school calls guy out of the blue, tells him to stop harassing her, guy's fuggin' flummoxed and starts trying to contact her anyway he can: "what's going on, are you okay, what are you talking about" before going to strangers on the internet for advice. Thing is it just feeds into such a person's paranoia and rests on the normally safe assumption that you're dealing with a rational human being (in his case, his concern aggravated her because it seemed to imply she was crazy. If the shoe fits...). She'd clearly had a psychotic break since high school, shit happens.

All you can do is keep your distance, keep the authorities abreast, and wait for hating you to bore them/the plot to progress beyond you to the Illuminati and the post office.

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u/Supernova-remnant Jan 20 '22

ase got thrown out. I keep getting messages from random accounts telling me that if I don’t stop posting videos online this same person will send me Court

IANAL, but I believe most modern Jurisdiction have a non bis idem principle in their law, so once you have been judged once, and all the legal delay for appeal expired another court can re-judge this case. As it occurred years ago I assume all the appeal-delay are passed, so you're safe.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/scottevanmac Jan 20 '22

By "cases filed" they mean they went to the police and complained and were given a case number. Most likely the police filed them under "crackhead claims" and never gave them a second thought.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/scottevanmac Jan 20 '22

That's all they are, claims. You've already been exonorated in the kidnap charge. You can't be tried again for that. This is terrorism, they have nothing. If they did the police would have contacted you. They cops don't wait, if they have evidence they will act.

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u/Teksura Never forgot the 90s Jan 21 '22

Given how psychotic this girl sounds and the evidence you have to disprove everything she has been saying, I'm curious why you are so quick to take her at her word. You're saying she has been making all of these insane claims and that she says she has been fabricating evidence to present to make false police reports and that year after year nothing comes of anything. So, why do you still believe her claims?

Look at it this way. A common scam seen on Steam is for some random account to message you via discord claiming that they accidentally reported you for something and that you're about to be banned if you don't message another random discord account and give them money or items or something, then your entire steam account would be banned. The more you ignore them, the more nothing happens. The more nothing happens, the more they insist that something will totally happen eventually just you wait it's totally gonna happen. And then nothing continues to happen.

The point is, it's all clearly a lie. Just like the false report scam, the police will see zero evidence against you. All she has is threats, which are illegal at this point because it is harassment. Document everything. Lawyer up. And file for a restraining order already. I'm surprised you have let it go this long without filing a restraining order.

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u/[deleted] Jan 21 '22

I never said I believed anything she said. Second of all my attorney I had in court told me it was worthless for me to file any restraining order because Men never win that in court against women as Men are always the guilty ones.

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u/Teksura Never forgot the 90s Jan 21 '22

If you don't believe her why do you care?

And it sounds like you need to ignore that lawyer and get a better one. File the restraining order present all the evidence to the judge let the judge work with it.

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u/Loki-L Jan 20 '22

You might want to post on r/legaladvice about this.

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u/SexyWomanNotMan Jan 20 '22

No, he shouldnt fucking go to reddit. He has to go see a lawyer.

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u/Loki-L Jan 20 '22

The advice you get on r/legaladvice is not necessarily good advice, but it is free advice and can provide a bit of reality check to people who aren't sure if they should go to a lawyer.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/Pudge223 Jan 20 '22

r/legaladvice is rarely close to right and very commonly completely wrong. PLEASE do not rely on them. if you are in the US a lot of states Bars have a state run lawyer referral service where they will connect you with a vetted attorney. that is for sure the best place for you to start.a perfect example is that a lot of fake lawyers or law students on legal advice will start responding to your question by going off about tortious interference without even asking if you are making money off these videos or even asking where you are located. most attorneys on lawyer referral services do free consults and will tell you if you have a claim (for the record you very well might)

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u/SexyWomanNotMan Jan 20 '22

Go see a lawyer, dont ssku a bunch weebs for legal advice

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u/bigtonybruiser Jan 20 '22

Bruh she’s psycho

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u/Oeraphim Jan 20 '22

You're fine man. The case was dismissed, the person is attempting to gas-light you into thinking you're a criminal because they didn't win the case. I'd suggest you block them until they give up. If they don't, take things a step further. They just have spite about the incident.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/Yezzerat Jan 21 '22

This is not her friends messaging you, this is more copies of her.

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u/Flat_Contribution707 Jan 20 '22

Contact a lawyer for guidance about how to proceed.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

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u/langecrew Jan 20 '22

I'd sue this garbage until they couldn't even afford to accept text messages. I expect a report back once this thing has been destroyed

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u/TheRealAstic Jan 20 '22

It’s a she not a they.

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u/langecrew Jan 20 '22

Irrelevant as any person identifying by anything can still be sued

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u/AmunPharaoh Jan 20 '22

Contact a lawyer and have them write up a cease and desist letter threatening legal action if they keep harassing you.

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u/DeathEdntMusic Jan 20 '22

You can't post videos on YouTube just because they are pissed from a situation from years ago

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u/DeathEdntMusic Jan 20 '22

you are correct

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u/JHugh4749 Jan 20 '22

I would advise you to get a lawyer, and to bring this to the attention of the police. You need to go on the record that you are being harassed by this individual before it escalates. It's much easier to state the situation from your perspective before something is started by this other person.