Hey there, this is a distressing situation. While some acts may have been illegal a criminal
case requires heavy proof, and the crimes would be very difficult to ascertain the location, times, and all the details to put together a charging document.
I think your best route would be the civil court
system. This is harassment, intentional infliction of emotional distress, defamation, these are common torts and I would consult a local attorney about filing a lawsuit. If you don't have funds for a full trial
, a limited representation may put an end to it. A lot of times if the person gets a letter from a law firm in regards XXXXX XXXXX matters, they will normally stop, if the damage is great and their assets considerable, you may find an attorney who will work on a pay if you win basis. I suggest contacting the local attorney bar in your area, usually they have service where they will direct you to an attorney who is knowledgeable about the type of case you are dealing with. It is hard to say over the computer the exact facts and such as this seems to be a very complex case. If I were in your position, I would sue her. Hope this answer gives you some insight, if the police anent helping, this is your best option I think. Good luck with the case.