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Is my ex faking a pregnancy

I was in a relationship for just over 10 months. Things started to rocky towards the end and I attempted to break things off. Once I decide that's what I should do the pregnancy comes up, we took an at home pregnancy test with my mom and it came back negative, I never used condoms and she was using an IUD. After the negative test we talked about it and I told her if there was a child involved I would put my differences aside and help raise our kid. She didn't like that and went absolutely crazy, telling her family I hit her, random numbers calling me a rapist, ect. She told me she had an appointment one morning with a gyno and to go if I wanted proof. I went in a friends car and she never saw me, 5 minutes before the appointment she drove away. I went in and explained what's going on to the receptionist and gave all her information and they tell me she isn't in their system. About 30 minutes later I received a text with 2 sonograms saying "congratulations I'm due in September" that has her name on the top but no other information.  It's been almost 3 months and I'm still receiving threats via texts and pictures of her buying baby clothes and diapers. I'm having serious doubts about it but can't talk to her or her family. I'm not sure what to do at this point.
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134578 tn?1614729226
Talk to a lawyer.  High time.
3060903 tn?1398565123
I would get a restraining order to ensure the contact stops. Does she only contact you via telephone?
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