Good morning, Until recently, I shared duties as an administrator on a Facebook page with two other people. We had started an entertainment/film industry website; I was senior editorial manager, providing all original copy. The other parties were a) a social media manager, and b) a 'self-titled' CEO. After 12 months of our shared vision, the CEO declared in December of 2014 that he was out of cash, all the direction agreed upon now void and our roles no longer needed, and that the website would shut down for 6-8 weeks to give him 'time to think'. As a co-admin on the Facebook page, I deleted the Facebook page and all the content. Was it within my rights to do that? In an email this morning he claims this type of 'sabotage' is 'very serious', which I perceive as threatening. I understand that IP law dictates he has claim to the content I provided for the website, but does he have claim over the co-administered content on the Facebook page? After the 30 day deletion period, I re-registered the name as sole administrator. I have not live-published the page as yet. Regards.