Monika Caryk applies to disclose info in Karlsson harassment scandal
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Mike Hoffman's fiancee wants to clear her name after being accused of cyberbullying Erik and Melinda Karlsson.

Monika Caryk filed an application called a Norwich Order with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on Thursday, according to court documents obtained by ESPN's Emily Kaplan.

Caryk's application says she is seeking to "expose the real perpetrators responsible for harassment and cyberbullying (against) Ms. Karlsson, and demonstrate to Ms. Karlsson and the public that I have been wrongly accused."

Melinda Karlsson applied for a peace bond against Caryk on May 4, the Ottawa Citizen's Shaamini Yogaretnam reported about five weeks later. Melinda Karlsson said Caryk waged an online harassment campaign against her and her husband, which included remarks about the death of their son, who was stillborn in March.

Caryk said in her application Thursday that she has never been served with the peace bond and hasn't been summoned for a hearing on whether one should be issued.

That peace bond is currently under seal with the court, according to ESPN.

Hoffman and Caryk have denied the allegations. The Senators said in a statement last month that they are investigating the matter along with the NHL, but Caryk claimed in her application Thursday that, to her knowledge, no such investigation has taken place.

The former Ottawa Senators forward was traded to the Florida Panthers by way of the San Jose Sharks on June 19.

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