So my family has pictures of me that I don't want them to have, they did pay for the picture. I am over the age of 18. I don't consent them having any pictures of me in their household. Can I take legal action so they can no longer have my pictures?
If I understand correctly, your family took pictures of you. I guess some but not all of these were paid for by your family (but none, apparently, paid by you). If so, you don't have a single viable basis to prevent them from having them. They don't need your consent.
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Can you take legal action? Yes. Will you be successful? No. Somehow I think there are other issues here.
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