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Stolen nude pictures of my iphone

Lake Jackson, TX |

My phone was lost/stolen on vacation in san Antonio. After my husband texted the person to say we have a tracker on our phone, he mailed it back to us. I have pictures on there taken of me right after breast surgery. In the pic I am topless. This person emailed these pictures to his email address before he gave the phone back. Is there any legal action I can take?

How would I know if it was given to some one else? I'm sure he has but I can't prove that. I can prove that he had my phone, he sent a viocemail and the envelope with his returned address. Also the pic was sent via iphone at the time when he had the phone

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If the pictures get sent to a third party, then yes.

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My recommendation is to retain an attorney now, today, before anything happens, to send this clown a cease and desist correspondence reminding him that if the pictures go any further and are not deleted that he will be hearing more from the attorney. Personal injury attorneys nearly always give a free initial consultation.

The insurance industry’s own statistics indicate that once an attorney becomes involved, the value of any claim at least doubles.

Put those two facts together and it is in your best interest to retain experienced legal counsel at your earliest possible convenience.

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