Looking for a lawyer who can help with a privacy issue. An ex boyfriend who has nude pictures of me has been distributing these pictures to his friends and acquaintances. Legally, is there a way to file an injunction and keep him from doing that?
thanks Ely for your prompt response. no he never took any of these pics. these are pics took and sent to him. they were only meant for him. I was 35 years old in the pictures. His wife found the pictures and found out about the affair. Intially, only the wife sent them to some people se knows and he do anything to stop her from doing this. Now that him a had a falling out he has started to do the same thing too. He is not selling them but is distributing them. should copyright those pictures and consequently keep them from doing this? or should file an injunction? please help. thanks!
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