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You have raised a couple of issue here. First is the issue of workplace harassment, for which your employer may be liable.
Second is the issue of potentially wrongful termination. If you had an employment contract and were not let go "for cause" as defined in the agreement, you have been wrongfully terminated. Likewise, if the cause was erroneous, you were wrongfullly terminated.
With regard to both issues, I recommend that you contact a local attorney, who can first attempt to remedy the matter without resort to court action, then file suit if necessary and warranted. A good place for a referral will be your county's Bar Association. There will be no charge for a very informative consultation, and there should be no out of pocket expense to you, if the attorney decides to take your case.
You may be able to recover a considerable amount as a result of the harassment and the fact that you are unable to obtain alternative employment.
You will need to be able to show that you have attempted to obtain other employement, but because of this situation, you have been unable to do so. The attorney will help buildl that case.
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ok, thanks so much
PS - In the meantime, you should apply for unemployment benefits if you have not already done so.
You are very welcome!