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He threatened his employer with the nudes he got from his daughter

He threatened his employer with the nudes he got from his daughter

Mexican authorities arrested a man of Venezuelan origin in the northern city of Monterrey on Thursday for extorting money from his former employer, who threatened to release private photos of his daughter unless he received 15,000 pesos ($905.7).

The Metropolitan Police of Monterrey, the capital of Nuevo Leon, announced that the accused has been identified as 23-year-old Alfredo Javier 'R'.

The events, the agency explained in an information note to the media, took place on Wednesday inside a spa business in the Roma neighborhood in the south of the city.

The man came to the campus where he worked as an employee and demanded money from his former employer in exchange for not publishing intimate photos of the woman's daughter.

The complainant observed the uniformed personnel conducting surveillance rounds and asked them to approach them to inform them of the situation.

It is also said that the man threatened to kill the woman if she did not accept his demand.

Based on the facts, the authorities transferred the man to the city police station, where he was placed under the custody of the public ministry for his crimes.

Nuevo León's Congress approved the Olympia Law in 2019 in memory of activist Olímpia Corral, which punishes anyone who disseminates, shares, distributes, publishes or produces intimate photos, videos, and real or altered audio with three to nine years in prison. without prior permission.