It may be that the best way to protect yourself from retaliation is to put it on the record and file a complaint. If he has gone to the lengths you describe when you haven't done anything as yet to challenge him, then making any allegations public may provide you some protection and make him back off. It is unlikely that he would continue to harass you after you've filed a complaint and provide even more evidence to substantiate your allegations.I understand that this is not an easy decision and I'm just trying to provide some perspective and an option. How you decide to proceed is up to you.
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