Her behavior would warrant a harassment charge and you have the right on press harassment charges as well as request a no contact order. Basically what this is, the courts will order her to not contact you in any way shape or form. This included phone, face to face, text, or email.
At this point, since she has been violent in the past and has made threats of violence you are within your rights to request this.
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You do not need to tell them if you had the affair or not. You can simply tell them she is accusing you of having the affair and that is the reason for the harassment. The matter of did it happen or not has nothing to do with her harassing you and thus you are not required to admit guilt to the act.
No it is unlikely you would be granted a restraining order based on what her husband said. Since her mother is now calling on her behalf this would still be considered as harassment regardless of when the last call was made.
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