I asked you the questions that I did in order to determine whether or not there was any unlawful discrimination
or a violation of any harassment laws. Based solely on the information that you provided to me, I don't see either legal issue. Right now, in Colorado there is no "cyber-bullying
" law, so even if you could establish some facts that show that you were the object of bullying, there really isn't a law that would cover that. In addition, the facts that you describe do not meet the definition of "harassment" for criminal purposes, since you are not on the receiving end. You may be the subject, but you aren't directly receiving threats or constant harassing communication. The only other issue from a non-employee/employer perspective with these other workers, is whether or not they are telling a third party something that is false. If that is the case, then you might have a cause of action against them for defamation of character. You would want to speak to a local personal injury attorney who handles defamation cases about your facts and any evidence that you might have.
As I indicate at the beginning of my response, there is nothing workplace wise that I see as unlawful. There is no general "harassment" prohibition. In other words, in order to have a claim for "hostile
work environment" you must allege and present facts that support discriminatory intent against you because you are a member of a protected class under employment discrimination laws. For example, you are being target and subjected to severe and continuous harassment because you are over 40 years old (and the harassers aren't), you are disabled, etc.
So, unless there is more here then what you have said, it doesn't look like you have any workplace harassment that you could pursue legally. That isn't to say that this is not unprofessional conduct, it most certainly is and you might want to consider trying to get in resolved in your workplace. But, unfortunately, not all unfair or unprofessional conduct is unlawful. Again though, if you have a defamation issue, you should speak to an attorney about that.