Former Maxim model turns to police over online prostitution claim

A former Maxim model has turned to the police to file an official complaint yesterday against a Facebook page who using one of the models photos alleged that she had turned to prostitution.

Apisaya Itthichotianant, headed to the Technology Crime Suppression Division to lodge an official complaint for a criminal defamation case against “Gu Ja Tum” (Imma DO IT) for allegedly using a picture to suggest that Apisaya was a sex worker overseas.

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Former Maxim model turns to police over online prostitution claim

Apisaya said that the post has already hurt her modelling career.

Apparently the post was made on Sunday and the model claims that she had ten modelling jobs lined up, since the post seven of the jobs have cancelled, which she says is a result of the Facebook post.

In the alleged post the former Maxim model can be seen posing with a group of friends in a nightclub.

The photo along with the caption “I hear nowadays internet idols are in the sex trade overseas, I wonder if it’s true? You guys wait and see.”

The post is still online and has been widely shared, Apisaya said she became aware of the post after a fan notified her of it.

Apisaya said that she has her suspicions that a rival created the post to damage the image of her and her friends.

Former Maxim model turns to police over online prostitution claim

Source : Khaosodenglish

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