How do I prevent someone from filing a false restraining order
My ex-girlfriend (broke up last week after a month long romance) called me and said her boyfriend beat her up and put her into the hospital and she was at home now.
I asked if I could come over to check in on her. She said no she didn't want to be seen like that. I told her to file a report on him. She said no, her mom was looking into that and that she had defended herself and drew blood and was afraid she would go to jail. I told her I was calling the police to go over to her house and check in on her, if she was defending herself she would be fine. She resisted this and angrily told me not too, but I called the cops and told them the conversation.
They did go over and check on her. She was unharmed in any way. She then proceeded to tell them some lie that I was harassing her and wanted a restraining order against me. The cop that took my initial report called me back and let me know she was O.K. and said she was filing a restraining order against me the next business day.
She told me she was going to get me fired from work for messing with her. I'm not sure what she is accusing me of but I have a high profile job where my reputation is crucial and do not want to be served at work with a false accusation. Guilty until proven innocent, and even if innocent enough people wondering if it was really true. I also own a gun and am not sure what the safest course of action is with it. Turn it in now?
It does not matter if I win the hearing which I'm sure I would, my reputation will be tarnished, my job at stake and my gun ownership rights taken away in the meantime with this history following me for the rest of my life on a background report. If I win she can just file another one, and another one.
Is there any way for me to file an anti-harassment petition precluding her from filing a false restraining order? Where I could go in front of a judge to prove my case before she serves me at work?
God smite those who really abuse Women and Woman deserve every part of the law there is to help them, but I'm about to get railroaded with no real repercussions on her for doing this action. Please tell me what to do.