A student visited a sex worker and threatened to alert the police about her activities if she did not hand over her money. Jonathan Kong Jia Xiong, who was later arrested, pleaded guilty yesterday to one count of extortion. On June 18, the Institute of Technical Education student, 19, received a phone call from someone known only as "Kelvin" who asked him if he wanted to earn "easy money". Kelvin told Kong that he had to visit various sex workers and threaten to call the police on them if they did not give him money.
Student, 19, tried to extort money from sex worker
Married man posed as woman to lure 8 teenage girls to have paid sex with him - CNA
Angelo Anwyll Goh Hao-Yi, a father of three, sought the girls on Facebook and would send them a friend request if he liked their appearance. The year-old created several social media accounts to bolster his lies. Goh, a Singaporean sales engineer, was jailed four years and 10 months on Thursday 7 November after he admitted to two counts of sexual penetration of a minor under 14 years old, seven counts of sexual penetration of a minor under 16, one count of commercial sex with a minor under 18, and one count of making an obscene film. Another 15 charges of a similar nature were considered for sentencing. The eight girls involved are aged 13 to He also used photos from other public Facebook accounts to make his fake account look genuine, and linked it to a fake Instagram account. He created the Facebook account under a female name as he had been previously unsuccessful in engaging girls for sex under various male profiles, which had false names.
Girl masseuses, extras and therapist who offered sex for money
In Indonesia, Leah had marital issues with her then-husband, and she had a young son to take care of. So when a trusted friend offered her a job in Singapore working at a restaurant, she jumped at the chance for a better life. That was a lie.
On Dec 15 and 16, The Sunday Times visited seven clinics offering traditional Chinese medicine treatments to investigate if the services were legitimate. The seventh clinic was registered to another name. This clinic, located along a row of restaurants and travel agencies in North Bridge Road, listed services sometimes offered at TCM clinics.