My ex posted a video and put it on snap he blocked me but my friends told me and I feel that this is not right
I am sorry to hear about this. You could possibly sue him. But you first need to contact the police. I am going to presume that the video is of a sexual nature. In New York City and the 5 Boroughs, this is a crime. Do not delay.
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If the video is non-sexual, then probably not. If it is, or you feel harassed by this, you can file a petition in NYC Family Court and seek an order of protection requiring him to remove it. This is a very effective but little used technique to have posted material removed.
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