A Pacific woman accused of violating multiple ex parte orders was charged with stalking Wednesday.

Michelle R. Roesch, 34, was charged in Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with three felony counts of first-degree stalking and three misdemeanor charges of misdemeanor violation of an order of protection. Roesch was released after posting a $4,900 bond.

According to the probable cause statement filed by Pacific police in the Franklin County Prosecutor’s office, Roesch violated ex parte orders by contacting three victims through Facebook and posting information about victims on group Facebook pages. She allegedly posted the names and photos of victims, as well as including them in live videos.

Roesch has been ordered by a judge to refrain from speaking about the victims and posting about them on social media accounts.

Pacific police allege Roesch has stood outside the places of employment of victims while “yelling and screaming about being raped” by them or a family member.

Roesch also has shown a gun in live videos and stated she would use it on “her stalkers,” which she referred to her victims as, according to police.

She also allegedly has posted live videos of the children of victims as they exited school buses.

On Feb. 13, Roesch was charged with a misdemeanor violation of an order of protection in the city of St. Louis Associate Circuit Court.