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The only recourse you can have at this point if the accusations are ongoing and you have already disproven them, is you can still sue for defamation
, since accusing you of being a hoarder is accusing you of having a serious mental condition, which can be classified as defamation per se and does not require money damage to be proven and can involve loss of your business reputation (which is really what this is here).
You do not need to send a cease and desist
and with the type of person you are describing Person B as, it is highly unlikely that it will work at all. You really should consider using a local general litigation
attorney in PA to sue the person and get an injunction against them to make them refrain from making any more known false statements about you to damage your reputation in rescuing animals.
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