A Thai net idol accused her ex-boyfriend of posting explicit videos of her on a social media account with greater than two million followers. She contacted the non-profit organisation Saimai Survive after officers from two police stations ignored her criticism.

Saimai Survive group members accompanied the sufferer, a 30 12 months previous Web idol and former automobile racer, to the Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau (CCIB) yesterday, February 21, to file a criticism towards her ex-boyfriend. The sufferer stated she discovered the videos on the TikTok software in November final 12 months after breaking apart with her ex a number of months in the past.

The social media idol defined that she met her ex-boyfriend in 2022 and so they had been in a relationship for about three to 4 months. She determined to interrupt up with him as a result of he was an alleged womaniser. She later met him in particular person in Could final 12 months and the person threatened to launch explicit videos of her.

The sufferer stated she knew that her ex-boyfriend recorded videos of their intercourse actions however he lied when he stated that he had deleted the videos after they broke up.

The menace left her satisfied that her ex-boyfriend had certainly shared the videos, regardless of his persistent denials and claims of innocence at any time when she confronted him. Consequently, she escalated the difficulty by reporting it to the police for a radical investigation into her ex’s actions.

Her preliminary criticism was lodged at Mueang Saraburi Police Station on November 2 of final 12 months. Subsequently, upon uncovering extra videos, she filed one other criticism at Mueang Suphan Buri Police Station on January 21 of this 12 months. Regrettably, neither police station has taken any motion to this point.

The co-founder of Saimai Survive, Nirun Kayngaew, instructed the media that he believed within the effectiveness and potential of the CCIB group and hoped that officers would have the ability to efficiently determine the suspect quickly.

The same incident occurred in September final 12 months involving Thai singer Passaranan “Beer” Ussadamongkol, also referred to as Beer The Voice. Beer got here ahead to confess to the general public that explicit videos of her had been leaked. She believed the videos got here from her ex-boyfriend however the accused man denied the allegation.

Police later arrested the person and introduced him in for questioning, however there was no clear proof of a criminal offense. Officers later launched him, however confiscated his cell phone, pill and different gadgets for additional investigation. Nevertheless, no updates on the case have been made public.

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