(CTN News) – Two males from Thailand were taken into custody by officers from the Children and Women Protection Sub-Division. They were found guilty of creating and selling child pornography on the websites OnlyFans, Twitter, and LINE.
The LINE app included a group chat where officers found obscene movies and explicit photos. To access this material, every group member has to shell out cash for membership.
There were pictures and videos of little boys. The police apprehended a 17-year-old youngster, but they chose not to disclose his identity.
Ninja, in addition to the LINE group, was also the handle under which the pornographic content was disseminated on Twitter and the OnlyFans portal.
The accounts on each site were subsequently scrutinized by the officers, who eventually identified the porn makers. They broke into the house of the creators on December 22 in the Pathum Thani province, close to Bangkok.
Pretending to be the homeowners, two men entered the house. It was revealed that they had recorded explicit content at home and marketed it through the aforementioned platforms. They were adamant that the 17-year-old boy and everyone else in the film had agreed to make it.
After seeing that many artists were making sex content without facing prosecution, they made the decision to do it themselves. On top of that, they realized how lucrative it could be. After more than a year of selling porn, the pair claimed to earn around 20,000 baht per month.
The bank account allegedly included one million baht in circulation, according to the officers. They would dig deeper to find out if the money was from porn sales or some other illicit enterprise.
The following items were confiscated by the police: a studio light, two tablets, three mobile phones, thirteen debit cards, and five bank accounts.
They faced charges related to the distribution and possession of child pornography, as outlined in Section 287/1 of the Criminal Law. A fine of up to 140,000 baht, seven years in prison, or both are possible punishments.