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Can I ask why he is doing this please?
I see. Okay. Then this sounds like it's a form of harassment on her part, as well as physical battery upon you.
You should consider contacting the police and reporting this, both harassment and battery are criminal offences.
If you don't want to use the police, then you would be entitled to go the civil route, and seek to issue a claim for an injunction and damages both for the harassment and the battery.
I'm assuming she actually has grabbed you at some point.
If not, then this isn't battery, it's assault (if you feared that she would do it).
The police will take this seriously, they have to.
They will undoubtedly warn her - they usually always do this.
That way, if it happens again, they have the ability to arrest and charge.
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