What he's doing is what we discussed yesterday. He wants you to leave him and his family alone, and he's building a case for why he needs a protective order.
You don't have to be doing anything wrong in order for him to get one. Your attentions just have to be unwelcome. If he goes for a civil order, it will cover him and all the members of his household. He'll be able to get what we call a temporary restraining order, and you'll be given a date for a hearing.
The hearing is for the judge to decide whether or not to make that order permanent. It's at the hearing where he will produce evidence of how you're harassing and or threatening him After he's done, you would get to produce evidence too -- your testimony, any phone calls or pictures, any witnesses -- to show that you are no threat to him or his family and that the order should be lifted.
The judge will decide which way it goes.
So as you can see, it's really important that you save your ammunition for when it counts rather than give him more to use against you.
If he goes to criminal court
and gets a criminal order, then you have to worry about your record.
I know what you want to do, and I feel badly that you can't get your closure now, but you will get your day in court if he goes forward. Just don't make it worse for yourself until then..