I live in the state of Florida. If I give oral consent to a videographer who I personally know to use adult-themed video of me to sell, can I later revoke said consent by sending them a written, signed & notarized statement asking them to cease and desist the use of said video footage if I have never signed a modelling release form? If the other party refuses to stop selling my video footage, do I have recourse in court to force them to stop selling it? The videographer currently has my videos posted on three different websites for sale, and uses short clips of my footage to promote his websites.
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