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It is a crime to place video cameras that catch someone in a state of undress when they have a reasonable expectation of privacy. You have a reasonable expectation of privacy in areas of a salon that are providing spa services to customers. You also have a reasonable expectation that when someone from the salon takes you into a seemingly private area and asks you to disrobe, you are not being recorded. You can actually file a police report - the clinician should have known there was a security camera in her office and not taken you there to show her part of your body.
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There aren't any limits on what one person can ask another to pay them for a legal wrong. But your lawyer can research breach of privacy cases in your area and see what juries have awarded and what other cases have settled for. That may give you a starting point.