A female "friend" of mine in Kansas recently called the police on me when I stopped by her house to talk. I only rang her door bell three times and left a stern message on her machine that "she needed to talk to me or I would end our friendship". Now she is going to file a restraining order on me. We had been dating two years ago, but have only been "friends" since. I have never threatened her with violence or harm of any kind. She had not told me that she did not want to talk to me or see me and I assumed she would talk with me.
A week ago when she stopped by my house, I had confronted her about seeing a married man again. It was a nice peacful conversation and I just offered my support to her if she wanted to get out of that situation. She denied that the rumors were true and then she agreed to go to lunch with me. She had told me that if someone was spreading rumors that she wanted me to tell her. I said that I'd find out what I could and let her know.
I had initiated a chat on the internet with the married man in question under an anonymous name. He spilled his guts in time and gave me all kinds of detail about his relationship with her, by name. I had printed these out and was going to give them to her on the morning in question so she could see what was beeing said about her.
My intention on that morning was to end the friendship for good if she was actually involed with this guy and did not want to break it off. Is there anyway I can fight a restraining order that really has no basis? Or is she right by filling one? Help! I don't need this on my record if it's not warranted.