Temporary Injunction filed against me with false accusations printed in newspapers/online

My former employer has filed and was granted a temporary injunction against me. In the court documents employer states I stole trade secrets, as well as violated a non-compete.
I did not steal any trade secrets. And, is a non-compete valid if it was not fully disclosed to me before I uprooted my family and moved to a different state for the job? The non-compete was presented to me after I began working at new job, and had relocated to a different state. The non-compete also states my employer will invest large amounts of money and time in educating and training me, which none of that happened. In fact, I was training and educating my employers employees and staff with my own personal knowledge and "trade secrets"

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