I assume you have a name and address.
With regard to everything that is aimed at you personally, go to the police. This is harassment.
The police can give a harassment warning that if this conduct continues, the culprit will be prosecuted.
You can also make an application to court both in respect of you personally and also the company, for an injunction to undertake not to put any more up, to make her take these posts down, compensation for defamation and loss of business, an apology, the costs of making the application to court including solicitors costs.
I would start by getting a solicitor to write a letter threatening all of the above if these posts are not removed within the next 48 hours. On the third day, you can make the injunction application and if the solicitor attaches a certificate of urgency, you could have a court order within a day or so. It is imperative that the solicitor threatens the action before actually rushing off to court otherwise you may not recover the legal costs.
One final word of warning, told the solicitor not to start exchanging copious correspondence. It will be a waste of money. Just one letter and then the court application.
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