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1. communications between husband and wife are privileged and cannot be disclosed. The privilege against testifying to acts, or observed behavior can be waived by a spouse of former spouse. This is described in the Virginia Code § 19.2-271.2. Testimony of husband and wife in criminal
2. recording video may or may not be permitted. In general video recording WITHOUT AUDIO is permitted. However,Virginia Code §18.2-386.1 makes it a crime to videotape, photograph or film a non-consenting person who is totally nude or clad in undergarments, or in a state of undress, so as to expose that person's private parts and the circumstances are such that person has a reasonable expectation of privacy. So it depends on what you were or were not wearing.
3. There is a statue of limitations which is crime dependent. Since this is a public forum you do not want to disclose those acts in a response here. The statute of limitation for crimes is included in VA Code Ann. § 19.2-8.
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4. I don't know the severity of the crimes. You would be advised to contact a criminal attorney now just in case your ex wife follows through. You may also raise the specter of your ex not only facing jail time for the criminal acts, but for blackmail or extortion as well.
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