A man in Pakistan allegedly raped a married woman, filmed obscene videos of her and used them to extort money and cash. The accused, who is posted at the Government High School in Chiniot, used to teach the woman’s son at his private academy.
The case came to light when the woman’s husband approached the cops and lodged a complaint in relation to the case. The accused allegedly used to call the woman to his academy on the pretext of discussing his son’s academics.
As per the woman’s husband, she fell ill and went to a local quack named Shafiq. The woman was at the quack’s clinic when the accused reached the spot. The quack and the teacher allegedly administered sedatives to the woman and as she started losing consciousness, the accused offered to drop her.
The accused then took the woman to her residence where he allegedly raped her. Reportedly, the two were alone when the incident took place. The accused also filmed an obscene video of the incident and later used the clip to blackmail her, Dawn reported.
The accused allegedly asked the woman to hand over her gold jewellery to him to stop him from uploading the clip on social media. The woman gave her nine-tola gold jewellery to the accused. A few days later, the woman also gave Rs 2,50,000 cash to the accused. Reportedly, the accused demanded more money from the woman but she failed to arrange the amount.
When the woman refused to pay the money, the accused sent the woman’s videos to her daughter’s in-laws. Reportedly, the woman’s husband divorced her after seeing the video. Tired of the harassment, the woman narrated her ordeal to her husband and a case was registered. As a result of the allegations, the accused was suspended and a departmental inquiry was initiated against him.