Not sure if this is a joke, but I will be treating this as a serious breach.
Unfortunately both the messages were sent by a hacker running a scam, they were both phishing messages aimed at extorting money from you. Such kind of messages are very common on email and now they are spreading on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter as well. You can read about them here: http://www.scamwatch.gov.au/content/index.phtml/tag/moneytransferrequests
The pictures and email reply that you received could easily have malware and viruses which took over your email account and possibly the computer you used to access it.
The first thing you need to do is disconnect the computer in question from the internet. Then you need to access your compromised email from another computer. Change the password of this email account and then ALL the personal information including your security questions, DOB etc. The intruder already has had access to all this information and if you don't take action soon you will be locked out of your email. Make sure you do not keep any similar information that you had before. Then you need to review your emails to check if you had any sensitive information such as banking details, SSNs, etc. Take all steps that you need to, to make sure you remove any such sensitive info from the email account and change/inform the banks in question. Then you will need to delete all the contacts on the email address, otherwise your contacts will start receiving these emails as well, if possible send them all a mass email informing them of this situation and ask them not to open any such emails from your email ID for the time being and any such solicitations in the future.
Download Malware Bytes from: https://www.malwarebytes.org/ and run a complete scan of the computer in question. Remove any infections that it finds.
You will also possibly need to stop using the email account and/or facebook account.
EDIT: I used email account above, but make sure you take all the above steps for your facebook account as well, since that may have been compromised too. Remove all your personal pictures and info and delete any unknown friends!
Edited by kunalthechamp, 30 May 2014 - 06:01 AM.