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YES, absolutely you can sue.
First, when a person borrows someone else's belongings, they have an obligation to return it in the same condition it was in (or better). That means when someone else drives your car, they need to pay to fix it if they have an accident or burn out the clutch or blow out the engine. You will, however, need a mechanic who can testify that this is something that happens from bad driving
or carelessness and not that there was something wrong with the car when he took it out.
As for the pictures, that's called intentional infliction of emotional distress. It occurs when someone engages in extreme and outrageous conduct that serves no legitimate purpose and is done soley to upset the other person. There is NEVER a legitimate reason to share nude pictures of someone (or fake pictures you're claiming are of someone) without their permission. Never. He could be responsible for any economic harm you suffer, plus punitive damages
You're allowed to seek up to $10,000 in Small Claims
Court. If your damages exceed that, you may want to talk to a local attorney about helping you draft a Complaint. But small claims has forms and instructions online you can use.
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