Don’t communicate with the stalker or respond to attempts to contact you.
Keep evidence of the stalking. When the stalker follows you or contacts you, write down the time, date and place. Keep emails, phone messages, letters, or notes. Photograph anything of yours the stalker damages and any injuries the stalker causes.
Contact the police. Every state has stalking laws, here are California’s.
Get a court order.
Tell family, friends, roommates, and coworkers about the stalking and seek their support.
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