Bourbon, IN asked in Criminal Law and Libel & Slander for Indiana

Q: A gal accuses u takin 15000 calls u thief liar 2 evry1 & texts it to many ppl presses charges found not guilty

1sr gal spreads it around a place u used to work ppl now look at u like u are guilty even after found not guilty and that she lied meanwhile 2nd person takes article on paper post it others commenting stories being stretched beyond belief the 2 person claims on Facebook that accused that had misdemeanors then dismissed couple years back are now going to be recharged as felony..... so yes there is different ppl I'm talking about accusing texting criminal case accused found not guilty and the 1st person lied try to extort money out of accused mom ( member 1st she tried to say 15000 which happens to be the same amount she had just got served papers on past due credit cards the day before she accused this person then contacted her mother in law saying if she got her money back 15000 she wouldn't press charges. But when she did press 5600 but still told ppl 15000 her rep is destroyed in a small community she worked and the one she lives in 2nd one is putting fb false info bout her and hubb

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Andrew L. Bennett
Andrew L. Bennett
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Valparaiso, IN
  • Licensed in Indiana

A: It sounds like someone needs to talk to an attorney about defamation lawsuit. No guarantee it will be successful, but the person won't know until they talk to someone who is familiar with that area of law.

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