- The culprit was alleged for operating a paid channel called ‘doctor’s channel’ on telegram.
- The offender was arrested by police on the 16th of March.
- Though the culprit denied his offense, the Seoul police believe that the doctor’s room was operated by him.
A warrant issued against a 20-year-old man who threatened a minor to film a sexual exploitation video. The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency’s Cyber Safety Division notified that on March 18, 2020, a police officer has filed an arrest warrant against the culprit for suspected violations of the Act on the Protection of Sex in Children and Youth.
How the crime was committed
The culprit was alleged for operating a paid channel called ‘doctor’s channel’ on telegram. In the chat room, several sexual exploitation videos and photographs of women including videos of minors were uploaded.
The culprit used his nickname ‘doctor’ to threaten women to film sexual exploitation videos. He received entry fees for the room by the namesake of cryptocurrency. The offender was arrested by police on the 16th of March.
The next morning he met with a slight injury at the custody center of Jongno Police Station located in Seoul but was re-entered after hospital treatment.
Though the culprit denied his offense, the Seoul police believe that the doctor’s room was operated by him.
Along with the offender, the police were also probing three suspects related to this case after being arrested on the 16th and 17th March.
The Police have been examining the cases of sexual assault of telegram that was represented by ‘N’bangbang’ and ‘Parkbang’.
Cybersexual violence is growing day by day as it threatens the public through sexual comments, cyberstalking, or advances or unwanted sexual acts. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, every year the most exploited gender for cybersexual violence in The US is women and minors.
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