- A woman in Myanmar has been sentenced to six years in jail for posting nude photos on OnlyFans.
- Nang Mwe San, a model and former doctor, was convicted on Tuesday of “harming culture and dignity,” military officials said.
- Meanwhile, Miss Myanmar 2020 Thinzar Wint Kyaw is set to face trial in October after sharing photos of herself taking part in protests online.
- Han Lay, also known as Thaw Nandar Aung, a 23-year-old beauty queen from Myanmar, was denied re-entry into Thailand after she found that her travel documents were invalid while flying back from Vietnam.
- An estimated 15,600 people have been detained by the military since it took over, while more than 12,000 people are still in jail and nearly 2,322 political prisoners have died.
A woman in Myanmar has been sentenced to six years in jail after posting nude photos on OnlyFans.
Nang Mwe San, a model and former doctor, was convicted on Tuesday of “harming culture and dignity,” military officials said. She lived in martial law-controlled North Dagon Township in Yangon, where the right to a lawyer is often denied to people charged with such crimes, the BBC reported.
- Singaporean Chan Xin Kai, 23, was sentenced to 24 weeks of prison time after pleading guilty to five charges that include insulting a woman's modesty, selling obscene videos and criminal intimidation.
- Chan recorded and photographed some of the sexual activities he had with at least 20 women from Tinder and more women he met in school without his partners’ consent.
- Chan later sold the videos and photos of the sex acts illegally, which ended up circulating online.
- Chan’s modus operandi involved posing as the woman in fake dating and chat app accounts and offering to sell her photos and videos to other users. He earned 160 Singapore dollars (approximately $114) from selling two sex videos featuring one of the victims to two unknown buyers.
- He also threatened to spread nude images and videos of a separate victim if she refused to reconnect and meet with him.
A 23-year-old man in Singapore will spend about six months in jail for recording and selling videos of sex acts with his Tinder dates.
On Sept. 12, Chan Xin Kai was given a 24-week prison sentence after pleading guilty to five charges that include insulting a woman’s modesty, selling obscene videos and criminal intimidation. The court also considered six other charges in the sentencing.
- American comedian Joel Kim Booster recently joked about how he discovered his nude pictures were leaked online during his recent Netflix comedy special “Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual.”
- In the special, Booster, 34, said that he had taken “dozens,” if not “hundreds of nudes – probably,” and was surprised to find out that they were posted online on Christmas Eve last year.
- The “Fire Island” star said he was “upset,” “angry” and “felt violated” when he found out about the leaked nudes.
- “...then I found out they were put on a website for male ‘celebrity’ nudes,” Booster shared, emphasizing the word “celebrity” in his joke, “and I was like, ‘They can stay.’ You know? Leave them up until New Year’s. Let the kids have some fun. It’s been a hard two years, you know?”
- “Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual,” was released on June 21 and is now available for streaming on Netflix.
American comedian Joel Kim Booster recently joked about how he discovered his nude pictures were leaked online during his recent Netflix comedy special.
Speaking during his comedy special “Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual,” which was filmed at Catch One in Los Angeles, Booster said that he had taken “dozens,” if not “hundreds of nudes – probably,” and was surprised to find out that they were posted on a website last year.
A woman in South Korea will be spending 10 months in prison for posting a picture of a male nude model online without permission.
Also a nude model herself, the 25-year old reportedly captured the photo secretly during an art session at Hongik University in Seoul.
Internet loan sharks in China have started demanding nudes from female college students desperate for financial aid to ensure that they get their money back, according to the Associated Press.
Private lenders are requiring young females who borrow money to send nude photos of themselves along with copies of their ID cards, according to the local Chinese press. The photos will be made public if they’re late on their payments.