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What would you like to know?
what are you hoping to do about this?
Probably because she has made a counter allegation which is not having no evidence I'm afraid. She has made an allegation.
Whether you sign it or not is a non issue. It has been served and that is all they have to show.
You can ask them to consider anything you like but it won't make a difference. Serving harassment warnings on both sides are quite common. In fairness, if a person is being harassed then they would want no contact with their harasser so there is no prejudice in being on a warning themselves.
making false allegations can amount to harassment but I cannot agree that getting the police to serve one harassment warning is sufficient.
Well, you can do that but it is a waste of your time I'm afraid. I cannot agree this is harassment.
If we are wholly honest with each other, she was always going to do this when you made an allegation against her. Unfortunately that is what people like that do. That is why it is very dangerous to make complaints about people.
Whenever people do they create a motivation for the other person to do the same to them. It would be nice if we lived in world where people had better things to do but human nature is what it is.
Oh no, not necessarily. That is why you have not been arrested and interviewed. A harassment warning is just a police means of diverting an allegation from court.
I imagine she probably will carry on making allegations. If she makes a large number that lead to nothing then you could consider a harassment claim.