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Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.This is absolutely terrible and I am sorry that you are going through it. It also happens to be something Georgia family courts fight against, as what you are describing is considered to be 'parental alienation' and an intentional attempt to harm you and your relationship with your children. I would suggest very strongly you consider going to court and file a motion to compel that the other party stop such communication with you and that she stop affecting your relationship. In addition you and your girlfriend can also legitimately consider a restraining order against the mother for harassment, and demand that she no longer communicate directly with your girlfriend or her agents as that type of communication is both unwelcome and offensive. You may also want to at least consider filing in court for a modification of custody and a demand for better rights based on her behavior and her affecting how the children are now being raised.Good luck.