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I am sorry to hear about what you are going through. No, he can not just throw you out. If he wants to evict you, he must first provide you with the proper written notice. Then, if you remain after the times passes, he needs to proceed through the court and obtain an eviction. If you fail to leave at that time, them he can go back to court and ask that the Sheriff physically remove you from the home.
He would first need to provide you with at least a months written notice and then after that, the eviction process could take another 4-6 weeks, so you likely have a month in a half to two months.
Unless there is/was an agreement in writing, that he would pay you back, the court would likely see this as something you did voluntarily and as a gift and you could not recover it, unless he agreed to pay you back.