Hi, My daughter made a video of a military graduation of her boyfriend and asked for photos and videos from boyfriend’s family from that day and also short videos to congratulate him to make a montage video. They sent her photos and videos to use in her video. It’s been 2 years posted on YouTube and they have all seen it with no issues. Now that my daughter and her boyfriend broke up, the new girlfriend is threatening copyright infringement on behalf of the ex-boyfriend’s family stating that they never gave permission to use their photos, and their videos that they specifically made for my daughters montage. The new girlfriend gave my daughter 72 hours to take down all photos and videos in YouTube and on her photography webpage that has any of these pictures otherwise, the boyfriend’s mom was going to sue. She also included any picture of the boyfriend that my daughter took herself. She says he never gave her permission to use any pictures of himself. My daughter spent a lot of time and effort making this wonderful video and is proud of her work. She wants the video to stay up for a variety of reasons plus it will help future girlfriends know what to expect when their boyfriends go into the military. One comment she got was that it was the best video he’s seen about boot camp and graduation from a girlfriends perspective. So can the mom and family members rescind their permission for the pictures and videos that they sent her and sue my daughter?