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Former officers maybe extorting cash and sex from a fraud victim

An ex-police officer is charged with approaching a lady on the LINE app and asking for money and sexual favors in exchange for helping the woman’s fraud case.

The former cop, on the other hand, refuted the charges and claimed that his LINE account had been hacked.

Yesterday, July 6, a 25-year-old lady called Dao complained to the former policeman at the Sattahip Police Station in the province of Chon Buri.

She claims that a person named Samran Sukhto sent her a message via the LINE app, and she recognized him as a former police lieutenant colonel from the Sattahip Police Station.

Dao revealed that she had complained to the Sattahip Police Station about a fraud incidence involving the theft of 100,000 Baht a year earlier.

She had a LINE account called Spoamran where she posted updates on the status of her case and gave the police more proof.
Samran allegedly demanded 20,000 baht during their talk, but Dao rebuffed her request while also criticizing him for doing nothing to help her.

The former officer allegedly replied at this moment by saying, “Give me money, I give you development.”

The former police officer posted a message that day at 7am in a group chat with Sattahip Police officers saying, “My LINE account was hacked at 9am today.”

It is still unknown whether the ex-officer wrote this message personally or whether the account that it came from, as stated, was hacked.

To verify the real identity of the account user, the Sattahip Police Station has promised to carry out a thorough inquiry on the LINE account.


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