01 April 2019 Monday. 23:48:07 UTC
The e-mail demanded US$1,000, payable within two days. Claims in the e-mail are false (that it was sent from the recipient's e-mail address -> the message headers show it wasn't; that the sender has video from the recipient's webcam -> the recipient doesn't have a webcam), so these are idle threats and should be ignored. The e-mail body is a single graphics file with numerous typographical errors, so you won't be able to cut & paste the Bitcoin wallet ID as instructed. This is done intentionally, to evade spam filters. The message's originating IP address is a proxy server located in the UK, so it doesn't reveal the author's actual identity.