Contact the police and file an incident report.
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You should definitely call the police department and file an incident report. Depending on your age this could result in very serious charges for the photographer / blackmailer. You may also want to have a civil lawyer send a demand letter outlining legal action and demanding the photos be deleted and not published.
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When you say "without your permission" do you mean that you were asleep/unconscious or that you were drunk and now regret it? It's possible that both the photography and republishing to Instagram would be actionable, depending on your answer. Either way, though, I think the republishing would be actionable.
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