DearCustomer- It's not defamation of character if it is true. Contacting the police if you are threatened is something you should do and there is nothing related to defamation of character. Whether you were molested may or not be related to all of this but the threats are a separate issue and you have a right to report it.
Well I thought the issue was calling the police for the threats and not whether the molestation was true or false. In any event, it would be your word against his as to the molestation so it would depend on who a jury would believe if he actually sued you for slander or defamation. I can't predict an outcome of any court case and I really don't see the point of continuing to make the accusations if there is no way to find a resolution to the problem.
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