Thank you for the additional information. Based upon what you stated above, it certainly sounds as though there was an invasion of privacy and the actions of your ex husband may be illegal and criminal in nature. You should obtain something from AT&T to confirm the number which this came from and who did it and then could proceed to your local police station to file a report and him his actions investigated. If there is evidence of a crime, they will arrest and charge him. If charges, this is a non-violent crime, so I doubt the State would seek any jail time but a probationary sentence could certainly be imposed. Moreover, he would be ordered to pay any restitution
, for any damages which you suffered directly related to this. Based upon what you described above, he did not have a legal right to do this, so the police would certainly need to investigate this account he set up and how he did it. If he used your personal information, which he should have not done, there would be further evidence to support a charge.
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