A Myanmar woman has been sentenced to six years in prison after posting nude photos on OnlyFans.
Model and former doctor Nang Mwe San was found guilty Tuesday of “offending culture and dignity,” military officials said. She lived in her township Dagon North, which is under martial law in Yangon. BBC report.
Sharing nude photos or videos on adult subscription sites or other social media platforms for a fee is punishable by up to seven years under Section 33(A) of the country’s Electronic Transactions Act.
Nang Mwe San has been tried at Insein Prison Court, where other political prisoners have been held since the February 2021 military coup. of Aung San Suu Kyi The democratically elected National League for Democracy was expelled.
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The 34-year-old model, who has previously participated in protests against the military, is believed to be the first person detained in Myanmar for OnlyFans’ content, while others have recently been accused of provokes anger.
Miss Myanmar 2020 Synther Wint Cho He is then scheduled to face trial in October. share your own photos During the 69th Miss Universe, she participated in an online protest, wearing a dress called “Fearless Empress” and holding a banner reading “Pray for Myanmar.” She was also arrested in August under the country’s Electronic Transactions Act.
23-year-old beauty queen Hung Lei (also known as Thaw Nandar Aung) from Myanmar gave a pageant speech highlighting regime atrocities last year but fled to Thailand after discovering her travel documents were missing. were denied re-entry into Japan. Not valid while returning from Vietnam. She has since left Bangkok for Toronto on Wednesday. It is not known how long she will live there or her status in Canada, Reuters report.
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Freelance BBC journalist Htet Htet Khine was also convicted on September 15 of servicing an illegal pro-democracy radio programme, and was given an additional three-year prison sentence. She was previously sentenced to three years of hard labor under a law that criminalizes statements believed to incite fear or spread “false news” about the military.
Since the military took over, an estimated 15,600 people have been detained, more than 12,000 are still incarcerated, and nearly 2,322 political prisoners have died, according to the Political Prisoners Assistance Association, a human rights group. ing.
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