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A bank employee in Phetchabun in Thailand’s north east has admitted that claims he made that a short time hotel had filmed him and his girlfriend and posted the videos on Twitter are nonsense.
Daily News quoted the opinion of a well known lawyer called “Wirat” who agreed with that self-assessment.
Wirat said that Narongrit could face up to 3 years in jail and a 60,000 baht fine for making false claims and up to 5 years and a 100,000 baht fine for extortion.
He could also be made to pay damages to the hotel.
Earlier Narongrit claimed that the “curtain hotel” had filmed him and his girlfriend repeatedly. After he said he saw a clip online he told them not to do that again. Then they posted many clips to a site that advertised sex aids and sex drugs.
But it was all made up by Narongrit to extort money.
He has been charged with making false claims to police, making a false claim that could see people suffer punishment and extortion.