The Houser Law Firm, P.C. | A. Bowden Houser
Probably nothing! It may be possible to file an injunction but that would be a lot of time and expense for something that may be denied. The best course of action for the future is don't send anything you would not want to become public. Besides when you say 'public' its more likely just your limited circle of family and friends - there is not going to be a line of people just dying to see your texts to person 'A'.
Answer Applies to: North Carolina