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You can sue or threaten to sue for defamation. Defamation refers to making statements about a person which causes injury to the person’s character or reputation. Quality Auto Parts Co., Inc. v. Bluff City Buick Co., Inc., 876 S.W.2d 818, 820 (Tenn. 1994). You can pay a local defamation lawyer about $175.00 to send out a cease and desist letter so that the unproven theft accusations stop.
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