Thank you for your follow-up. To ensure that I do not miss anything, I will go line-by-line with my response to you.
He filed this Complaint and Summons Against Tenenant Holding Over while I had the Temporary Restraining Order.
He filed it on July 8th - the day before the hearing to grant me the Final PO.
He is claiming "restitution of posession of premises and marked "actual damages" box of 2k and $150 per day since 7/1.
I see, so he is claiming that because you filed a restraining order against him that forced him to leave, you are responsible for his costs.
I moved out as per the order on July 13th - the court had given me time to pack my things without disturbance from him. I also filmed the house on my iPhone and took pictures to show the house (townhouse) is fine and also the parts of his house that aren't fine such as the bathroom floor tiles being loose. I left him my comforter, new pillows and a bookshelf and lamp that we paid half for. He has a print of mine but that's ok.
When I called the district court clerk.... she said the case had been continued until August 7th.
When I called House of Ruth - they said that their legal services couldn't help me because he had called first.... he is not the victim. I just want him to leave me alone.
I am sorry to hear that, but this is possible to prevail against. All you need to do is when you appear in court is bring evidence with you that your call was valid and based on fact, that you did not 'evict' him but were instead seeking protection from him and his behavior. He can only claim that this is a valid suit against you if there is no evidence or basis for you to have called the police and requested protection. If that exists, he has no basis to claim that you are somehow violating his rights.