Thai King’s Mistress Has 1,400 Naked Images Leaked In ‘Revenge Porn’

Thai King's mistress has 1,400 naked images leaked in 'revenge porn'

 

The mistress of the King of Thailand has had 1,400 nude images leaked by her rivals in a “revenge porn” assault.

The lover of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, 68, nude or semi-naked, was shown a large cache of pornographic photographs and submitted to detractors of the royal family.

Reports say the publication of the pictures is an offer to “sabotage” Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi, also known as Koi, mistress.

A bitter rivalry between the king’s mistress and his wife is thought to be related.

The photographs, believed to have been taken by Sineenat herself, were sent to Andrew MacGregor Marshall, a British journalist who published scathing articles on the Thai monarchy.

“On Facebook, he wrote: “The images are obviously from the personal phones of Koi.

Between 2012 and 2014, 1,443 pictures were taken, including provocative shots of the 35-year-old mistress topless and in skimpy nightwear.

It is claimed that the lover of the king had tried to discredit the official wife of the king and the former consort, Queen Suthida, and the two had a vicious rivalry.

Sineenat was appointed by the king as his official mistress in 2019. Sineenat trained as a pilot and is a general-major.

Shortly after Sineenat, 35, returned to the royal harem, the leaked nude arrived after being suddenly banished and imprisoned last year.

Mr Marshall denied reports that “pro-democracy Thai hackers” were trying to unleash the racy images, adding: “This is almost certainly untrue.”

The first Thai monarch to take an official mistress in nearly a century was King Vajiralongkorn, who took the throne after his father died in 2016, after the previous kings were monogamous., Thai King’s Mistress Has 1,400 Naked Images Leaked In ‘Revenge Porn’, Relay Vibes

Only three months ago, he had made Queen Suthida, 42, his fourth wife.

Last October, however, less than three months after Sineenat had become his royal consort, the king issued a command to pull her appointment back and send her to jail. “dishonourable, lacking gratitude (and of) disobedience against the king and the queen”disgraceful, without gratitude (and) disobedience to the king and the queen.

This year, Sineenat returned to the royal circle in August.

The monarchy in Thailand is considered religious, and as it is against the law to do so, Thai citizens are not permitted to question it.

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