The alleged boss of a blackmail 'Sextortion' gang has revealed how she tricks 'stupid' men into stripping off via webcam - and revealed the vile secrets of her trade.If it's too good to be true, it always is. Don't be a moron.
'Queen of Sextortion' Maria Caparas-Regalachuelo, who is accused of using girls as young as 13, boasted that it takes just 30 minutes to trick western men into getting naked then performing a sex act via Skype. Her gang is blamed for the suicide of 17-year-old Daniel Perry who leapt to his death in Scotland in August 2013 after being told by his online tormentors he would be 'better off dead'.
Speaking in a squalid Philippines prison cell, Caparas revealed that her gang of 'chatters' trawl Facebook for victims, sending men flirtatious messages before asking them to go 'somewhere private'. They show the men a pre-recorded video of an Asian woman performing a striptease and then send them a stream of filthy text messages.
'We tease them to get them comfortable and we work to a prepared text. It only takes about 30 minutes of chat before they are persuaded to do things in front of camera. They nearly always pay up after we put the video on YouTube.'
The 'chatter' then captures the victim performing a sex act on camera and uploads the video to an unlisted YouTube page. The chatter's boss then gets in touch with the victim and threatens to send the link to the video to family and friends via Facebook if they do not pay blackmail demands.
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Sexting is for suckers
One shouldn't have to spell this out, but do not EVER engage in sexting of any kind, because you might as well go directly to pursuing employment as a camboy. At least that way, you get paid for it rather than paying for the privilege: