Myanmar sexy models, actor Thin Zar Wint Kyaw and model Nang Mue San, are being prosecuted under Section 33 (a) of the Electronic Communications . By the Burmese coup army today (August 5th) in a statement.
A lawyer who did not want to be name said, “The Military Council charge them with Section 33 (a) of the Electronic Communications Law of 2004 . Which makes it a crime to do something that harms Myanmar’s national culture.”
If convict of the charge section, a minimum of 7 years to a maximum of 15 years in prison can be impose, as well as a fine. Also, because the punishment is more than 3 years, there is no guarantee,” he said.
The military council’s press release stated, “In 2021, actor Thin Zar Wint Kyaw open an account under the name of Thin Zar Wint Kyaw . To receive fees on a foreign website call exantria and post sexually oriented photos and videos. After that, the website receive 25 percent of the fees and the person who post it share 75 percent.”
In addition, Nang Mue San, a sexy model, also reported that in 2020, a foreign website called OnlyFans receive a fee and upload sexually orient photos and videos.
In 2021, a website called exantria paid to post sexually orient photos and videos . And the website receive 30 percent of the revenue and 70 percent was share by the person who post it, according to the investigation.
The statement also said that the coup army will investigate and identify . Those who are doing things that will tarnish the shame and dignity of Myanmar women and will take legal action.
Current political situation of Myanmar
In February 2021, the Burmese military seized state power on the grounds that there were irregularities in the election results. The Burmese military open a case against Nobel Peace Prize winner Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and sentence them to heavy prison terms.
In recent days, the coup military council hanged 4 people . Including the leader of the democratic uprising, Jimmy, and former member of parliament, Phyo Zeyar Thaw.
Due to Myanmar’s unstable political situation, with the departure of foreign investors . Myanmar’s GDP per capita has also reach the lowest level in Southeast Asia . According to the World Bank’s estimate, Myanmar’s economy has already collapse and is in a difficult situation to recover.