No need to apologize - this is what I am here for.the fact that he signed another similar contract himself with same company and is doing business with them, in fact, shows I did something that he actually wanted to do - right?
Yes, this very much works in your favor as it lends credence to the fact that you acted with his permission, since he ended up doing this himself anyhow.
Do not stress yourself out. Consider using an attorney to send a type of the letter above (or doing so yourself), via certified mail, and VERY LIKELY, this will simply go away once he sees that you will not be bullied around.
Understand that 95% of such threats are never acted-upon.
I know you are worried - it is perfectly natural to be in such a situation, but now that you know that his claims are essentially ludicrous, his threats of arrest exaggerated, and his credibility questionable, you can relax, knowing that you are not really likely in any "serious legal danger" here. I think you are stressing yourself out a bit. I guarantee you that in a few days, this will feel like a bad dream and you will forget you even worried.
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