My daughters father is "dating" a girl in Florida,( she used to live in New Jersey down the street from him.) This girl is taking photos of my daughter off Facebook and instagram and posting them as her own. I'm not a huge book worm but I thought that would be considered "unlawfully photographed". This girl has also Been on and off of heroin for years. I'm finally over it she has been asked multiple times to take the pictures down and she won't because she says "they are hers" my mother inlaw and I need answers.
If you are looking at pursuing criminal charges you need advice from a criminal attorney in Florida.
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You will likely need counsel in Florida to send a "cease and desist" notification to remove these posts and you may be able to press criminal charges there. You can also try notifying both Facebook and Instagram because they do have the authority to remove pictures that are being posted without permission.
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You can, but if Dad allows it he has probably as much right to do so as you would. If your daughter is not of age and Dad gave permission to do this, not much you can do. Not a crime if done with permission from someone with the authority to give it (dad).
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