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Man nabbed for posting ex-fiancee’s nude photo

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Deputy provincial police identified the suspect as Min Sokray, 23.

Man nabbed for posting ex-fiancee’s nude photo

The Mondulkiri Anti-Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection office on Thursday prepared documents to send a man to the provincial court for posting nude pictures of his former fiancee on Facebook, in an apparent revenge for breaking off the engagement.

Deputy provincial police chief Huon Kimheng identified the suspect as Min Sokray, 23.

“The preliminary charges are based on Article 35 of the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation,” said Kimheng.

She said the suspect took the nude pictures of the victim to post on social media in the event her family terminated the engagement.

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