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Don't worry, besides undressing or posing you there is little permanent damage he can do through RLV (Restrained Life added viewer features)

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I am sorry, but I don't understand what RLV is supposed to have to do with this.    There's no RLV commands that let someone else edit your avatar, as can easily be established by checking the RLV API.

I think that the "bad object" you clicked gave someone or something animation permissions, which is allowing them to run deformer animations on you.

If you search for undeformer in the marketplace, you will find many free items that can be used to undeform your avatar.   Unfortunately, the object will retain permissions to animate (and thus deform) you until it's reset or it gets permission to animate someone else, but that only works if you are on the same sim as the object, so you should be OK. 

 

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I only clicked one object and that was it...i didnt say yes/no ect...is this behavior bannable could i report him, will he be banned? i see him in many sims often and he messes/deforms my avatar...i cannot revoke his permission? or set my permission back to default?

 

sorry im from brazil for bad english 

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If the object was set as "Click to Sit on Object" (General tab of editor), then by clicking it, you will have given an script inside it the opportunity to gain animation permissions silently (same as when you sit on a regular poseball).

All I can suggest is ARing the guy for harassment.  Unfortunately, there's no way for you to revoke animation permissions.  

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