But they are not crimes.
I mean in the sense that he is making accusations. In Croatia, defamation can be a crime in certain contexts, and that is what Evans is asking the court to prosecute. As for the specifics, he has continued to insist --bizarrely-- that it's not his obligation to reveal them, so I have no idea just what he thinks they did and how it constitutes criminal activity.
It would be interesting if he included specific claims, with examples, in his filing. The court will likely throw the case out, but I don't see why they would seal it. I think it's possible that some part of it would be accessible online at some future point, though I don't know how thorough they are with cases of this nature that are so easily dismissed.
I am guessing that he expects that the case will be dismissed, and then he can gripe about the court system while never discussing specifics. But this puts him in a bind going forward-- if he is going to file a civil case and have it heard, he has to produce something. At some point, he needs to add documentation to his filing so that he actually has something to sue over. That could be the next big pratfall for him. I'm curious to see how long it takes for him to file a civil suit (if ever) and what he reveals as the case moves along.