I am sorry you are experiencing this
So this wife is saying that you are sexually harassing her husband and you work with him? Is that correct?
And you feel uncomfortable and maybe even fearful of this woman as she sits in the parking lot of your employment?
Yes I do
Ok. Thank you.
I suggest that what you first need to do is write her a letter to cease and desist with her activities. That she is annoying and harassing and her behavior is causing you concern. That you are not harassing her husband and she has been told that. Explain in the letter that if she continues with this behavio
that you will have no other option but to call the police and file criminal harassment charges and that she should consider this letter as being placed ON NOTICE to stop
The letter needs to be mailed to her certified mail with a return receipt requested.
This way you have proof that she has been told that the behavior is harassing and you have given her Notice to stop
You will need that, if she continues with the behavior and you need to file a police report
I hope that it does not come to that, but if she continues after she has gotten the letter then you also can tell the police in addition to the criminal charges you want a restraining order
that will keep her from the parking lot as well as from a certain distance to you at all times
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