My question involves restraining orders in the State of: North Carolina
A woman with 2 children finds out her husband of 10 years has impregnated another woman. They seperate. 8 months later she is considering getting involved with another man, but is only considering, nothing sexual, letters back and forth and some phone calls. Her husband begins sending her texts accusing her of imaginary indiscretions. The accusations become increasingly bizzare and state that the children are being influenced by her new "lover". No "lover" exists, it is a long distance friendship, nothing more. The texts continue. 30/day. The woman calls the police and is told to file a complaint at the magistrates office. She goes the next day, fills out the forms but is informed "it's his word against yours" and the clerk refuses to file the complaint even though the texts are still on her phone and are tracable back to her husband. She is told to leave as she has no basis for a complaint. My question is: What does she do now?