Man Forces Wife into Creating Explicit Content for the Internet
A former military service member, identified as Mr. A, who is accused of forcing his wife to film sexual intercourse and appear in adult broadcasts, leading her to a tragic end, has made an appearance.
According to News1 and other sources on the 4th, Mr. A attended a detention suspect interrogation (warrant review) held at the Incheon District Court in Michuhol District, Incheon, at 1:13 pm on the same day.
Mr. A arrived at the scene in a police escort vehicle and headed to the warrant review room in a wheelchair.
Wearing a black mask, Mr. A kept his head bowed and remained silent throughout.
Mr. A did not respond to a barrage of questions from the press, such as “Do you admit to the accusation of making your wife appear in adult broadcasts?” and “Did you threaten to send nude pictures of your wife to her father?”
He also did not answer questions like, “Did you threaten to expose pictures of your child on adult broadcasts?” and “Do you have anything to say to your deceased wife?”
The decision on Mr. A’s detention is expected to be made later in the afternoon.
Previously, Mr. A has been accused of confining his wife, Ms. B (in her 30s), at home from 2021 to last year and forcing her to film sexual intercourse and appear in adult broadcasts. He is also accused of threatening Ms. B, who refused his demands, by saying, “I will send nude photos to your father.”
Ultimately, Ms. B was found dead at home in December of last year after leaving a suicide note.
According to an accusation submitted by the bereaved family, it was confirmed that Mr. A had forced Ms. B to film sexual intercourse, sold it on adult websites, and made her appear in adult broadcasts for over two years.
Mr. A reportedly responded to the bereaved family with the sentiment, “It’s unfair. There’s no such fact.”
The police conducted forensic work on Ms. B’s mobile phone that was submitted, and searched and seized Mr. A’s home.
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