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How possible is it for someone to get your private/public IP address if you send them messages on Facebook?
Usually this is not possible, as Facebook wouldn't normally expose this information to other users of the site. Chats are also routed through Facebook's servers and stored, rather than directly connected (if you're using an XMPP Chat client, for example to use Facebook chat).
Now, if you're using an app within Facebook, the app has the potential to be collecting this information and could be leaking it to another individual if there's a bug, or if by design.