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I am sorry to read about your difficulties.
What was your relationship with this former staffer?
What is your job position?
What was the staffer's position?
Has this former staffer threatened your safety in any way?
Have you reported the texts to a senior staffer?
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Thank you for the information. Kindly give me a few minutes to review the information that you have provided and prepare my response.
Thank you for your patience.
Unfortunately, based on the information that you have provided, I do not see any recourse for you. If she is not threatening your safety or harassing you, there is nothing your employer can do to keep her from coming to your office if she is coming there to socialize with other people.
I am so sorry that I do not have better news for you.