The Kenitra Police Brigade has arrested three students, attending their classes at the Oued Zem Higher Institute for Applied Technologies, for having trapped many Moroccan, Gulf and British “key personalities” and filmed them in “Hot and Sexy” positions.
After the Preliminary 72 hours of investigations, the defendants admitted “taking photos and filming 63 people from Morocco, Gulf countries and Great Britain”.
The list includes Moroccan football players, former national team coach, religious preachers, a BBC reporter and several Gulf businessman.
The three accused students said that, after admitting their committed wrong-actions, “they played the role of sexy sugar-daddy ladies” to trap their “victims” over the net, before asking them for a “significant amount of money” in exchange of not “sharing of their embarrassing photos and videos”.
The Moroccan Times