You should leave this post up. Sometimes people do get unlucky and get a real bastard of a scammer, or a stupid one trying to get money from someone he knows will not pay, instead of just moving on and playing better odds with new potential victims. And just because they messaged your friends does not mean they actually had the video or shared it, unless your friends specifically said they saw your video. It may have been just the scammer's ploy to make you come back online and threaten you hoping you would pay. They do this all the time, "Tell Bob to message me, I have news for him." This is typical in a lot of cases.
Just give it another month off all social media and make brand new accounts, using all new email addresses, and keep your phone number off of them, or change that too. None of them keep going forever. He just needs to get the message drilled into his head that he is only hurting himself bothering you and neglecting his "job."
This is important. If you reopened even one of your social media accounts within a month, the scammer may have been encouraged by that, and continued the scam.
Did you go to http://blackmailscams.com
, read the advice, fill the scammer form, and follow every single step to the letter?
There you will receive the very latest steps to protect yourself and help warn others of your scammer as well.