Got a weird one. A while ago, a crazy woman I once worked with and then stole a heap of my clients took out an AVO on me to have my media pass taken off me. While there was never any threats made against her (if she was a guy, we could have sorted it out in a boxing ring, though), I was giving it to her on social media and giving over proof that she was in fact in breach of her terms & conditions with the media passes. Somehow, she got an AVO to be handed down, stopping me from publishing anything on the internet. I asked at my local court who said if I was interstate, it doesn't apply. I asked about being overseas and they said the same thing. I went overseas and posted something (shared a post of someone giving it to her, quite funny really) Got back and was interviewed by police over it to which I said "I was overseas at the time". The police said that it doesn't mean a thing. Is this true under Criminal Law? I have flight records, hotel invoices, photos all of me at the time overseas.