My stepdad (my mom and him were not married, but he very much assumed the role of my father) passed away last night. I am not following any of his family members on social media and only 2 were following me, and they don't log onto their accounts often, so I didn't think it was a big deal seeing as there was a high probability that they wouldn't see my posts.
I posted a rather thoughtful collage of photos of my favorite memories of him. I didn't accuse anyone of anything, nor did I blame anyone for anything. It was a kind post saying that he would be missed and that he was my favorite person.
This resulted in his daughter commenting that my post was disturbing to his family and filled with misinformation and that i needed to respect HIS family's wishes and take it down.
But that's the thing...it wasn't. I don't know how anyone from their family found my post seeing as I don't keep in contact with them and they don't follow me. Apparently she was upset that people called her to discuss details in my post? Which is not within my control. It's not like I told them to do it to bother her. I didn't do anything wrong, but now I'm worried that they would take legal action against me (what the charges would be, I don't know). I've deactivated my Facebook and instagram accounts so they cannot reach out to me anymore.
Any advice on what I should do?