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Sextortion on rise in Mumbai Bizman trapped by 2 women Victim lodges complaint in Byculla Police Station

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Sextortion on rise in Mumbai Bizman trapped by 2 women Victim lodges complaint in Byculla Police Station
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‘Sextortion in Mumbai is on the rise and some people have fallen victims to this crime.

A case comes to light of a 51-year-old businessman who got trapped by two women in a case of Sextortion and has lodged a complaint with the Byculla Police.

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According to the victim, one of the women induced him to indulge in an explicit video call and then recorded the said act for blackmailing him. Besides demanding cash, the accused women also demanded a car and a mobile phone from the victim.
However, Byculla police reports that the complainant stated that in April last year, he was contacted by a woman who he had met a few years ago in Uttar Pradesh. The victim had helped the said woman financially on her request on a few occasions as she was facing monetary issues due to the pandemic.

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The said woman on several occasions asked the victim to meet her and also made video calls to him, but he neither went to meet her, nor attended her video calls, suspecting something foul.

In August, another woman from Prayagraj contacted him and sought some monetary help but he ignored this demand, said a police officer.

The Police Officer added, “On November 14, around 2 am, the victim received an obscene photograph and video of the Prayagraj-based woman. The woman then made a video call to the victim and indulged in explicit activities. The woman then asked the victim to take off his clothes too after which the victim complied with this demand of her and then the woman disconnected the call.”
As per the victim, later the said woman demanded Rs 20,000 from the victim to meet her parlour expenses. The victim made an online payment to the said woman.


“On November 15, the woman who had earlier contacted the victim, messaged him and demanded for a mobile phone and a car. When the victim refused to comply with her demand, the said woman then shared a video recording of the victim with another woman in which both were indulged in explicit activities. The victim then realised that both the women were trying to extort him,” the officer said.
The victim claimed that the woman also demanded cash Rs 10 lakh and threatened to make his video recording viral on social media if he refused to meet her demands. The victim then approached the police and got a complaint lodged in this regard. The Mumbai Police Team are on the trace for the Women.

News Input: K.V.Raman

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