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I would consider complying with court orders here but calling children's services and the police.You can report this matter and have them monitor the child and interview the ex.They may well go and seek to limit his visitation here and take actions to protect the child.This is the best way to both protect the child and also to make a record and witnesses in case you have to go back to court.
Report it here
Arizona Child Abuse Hotline at 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445).
You also have right to take this back to court and seek to modify visitation based on your facts.
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If you do not allow visitation you are in contempt --go on and report the problem.Chldrens Services and police can monitor this.
You need to do this and then consider seeking modification of visitation here--hopefully children's services helps you with this.
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