Our expert says:
Maybe revisit the court for a revised court order, forbidding him to contact you directly OR INDIRECTLY, and forbidding him from harassing you directly or indirectly. Do NOT, repeat NOT respond to any abusive e-mails from him, but carefully keep copies of every one of them, and go back to court with this evidence that he is breaking the order --- he could even go to jail, depending on the terms of the court order.
If he has made threats to you, that in itself is a crime. And call POWA which is specifically desiogned to help women in such situations.
And remember, a protection order doesn't work by magic --- if he breaks its terms you have to inform the police and the court and have them apply it --- they can't follow him around 14/7 to catch him at it.
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