Thank you for your question this evening. I'm not sure why the police are telling you that he has the right to come into your house and destroy things. He has no more right to do that then I would to come into your home. There are a few issues I see here. First, if he's entering your house without your consent, that's unlawful, and taking items could be seen as burglary. The fact that he had a key made doesn't make it legal if you told him you no longer wanted him in the home. Second, now that you have a restraining order, if he enters your property, that likely is a violation of the restraining order as well, which can be a criminal violation. The police need to be notified. Stealing your identity to do things like open accounts in your name, for example, or take out credit cards, is not only an invasion of privacy (a civil action
) but fraud (criminal). If you haven't done so, you need to contact any of the three credit bureaus and inform them that you think you may be a victim of identity theft and have them flag your account. When you notify any of the credit bureaus, they will automatically notify the others. And, by flagging your account, will monitor for suspicious activity and contact you should any new accounts be opened. I'd also notify any financial institutions you do business with.It's not a HIPAA violation to take the medical records, because HIPAA applies only to medical providers, like a doctor's office or hospital, but it definitely is an invasion of privacy to take them and then use those records or reveal the information to other people. It's also an invasion of privacy to put cameras in your home and videotape you without your knowledge and consent. Again, invasion of privacy is a civil action, meaning you could file a lawsuit against him to recover monetary damages.If you need clarification or additional information, please reply and I'm happy to assist further. Otherwise, kindly remember to leave a positive rating by clicking on the stars/happy faces before signing out, so I am credited for my time and assistance today. Thank you!