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Feb. 19, 19 | 7:16 am

An Indian man in Dubai went on trial after allegedly blackmailing a Filipina woman that he would publish naked videos of her taking a shower if she would not have sex with him or pay him Dh2,000.

According to the 39-year-old Filipina, she met the Indian man, who introduced himself as a French national, through the messaging app WeChat, reported Khaleej Times.

In their conversations on the app, the Filipina sent pictures of her and a video of her taking a shower naked.

Later on, the Filipina opened up about looking for a job.

In response, the Indian man then gave her a mobile number claiming that the number is his secretary’s. The Indian man said that the Filipina could send her resume to the secretary.

When the Filipina met with the secretary, she was welcomed by the Indian man who asked her to have sex with him.

The Filipina refused saying that she already has a French lover.

The Indian man then revealed that the French national the Filipina was chatting with on the app was actually him adding that he would publish her naked videos if she would not have sex with him or pay him Dh2,000.

The Filipina later on reported the incident to the police and the Indian man was immediately apprehended. His phones were also confiscated.

During the interrogation, the Indian man said that he only blackmailed the Filipina for money and not for sex.

The verdict will be issued on February 28.

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