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Your daughter may have a number of defences to the allegations of Slander again her.
If your daughter told the truth in her comments then this can be a complete and absolute defence.
Even if your daughter had malevolent intent when she made the post on FB and regardless of whether it was in the public’s interest her comments, the veracity of a claim will still provide a defence.
Also, if you daughter expressed her honest opinion on FB then can also be a defence, if she can show that her comments on FB were an opinion, that, within her comments, it was apparent it was her opinion and her FB comment are those an honest person could have held.
In addition, if the comments were in the public interest, then this can be a defence. If your daughter made the comments and reasonably believed that publishing on FB was in the public interest.
Defamation is notoriously very expensive to litigate. Your daughter needs to contact the Citizen Advice Bureau ( or a Solicitor if she can afford), to send an urgent response advising the other sides Solicitors that your daughter (if correct) does not have any Assets and is Disabled. So to pursue any action against her will be fruitless, as the other side will not get any Costs or Damages even if they are successful in Court.
In any event your daughter believes she has very good defences to the allegations but will without prejudice have or will remove the posts on the basis that both Parties bear their own Legal Costs. I trust this assists.
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