Man captured for retribution pornography says bail demand defended as lady made recordings herself

Man captured for retribution pornography says bail demand defended as lady made recordings herself

LAHORE: A man captured over vengeance pornography on Friday kept up during a consultation that his bail demand was defended as the lady whose recordings he had supposedly shared on the Internet were made without anyone else's input.

During a consultation directed by Justice Chaudhry Mushtaq Ahmed at the Lahore High Court, the Federal Investigation Agency's (FIA) Cybercrime Wing was given a notice, the reaction to which has been looked for by November 26.

The meeting related to the bail appeal put together by Ejaz Bhatti, the man who was captured for extorting a lady via web-based networking media through recordings of her.

Bhatti, the blamed, said he had been captured over the charge of sharing the recordings of a lady via web-based networking media and kept up that the claim against him of his interest to blackmail Rs1.2 million from the lady wasn't right.

The charged said no wrong recordings were recouped from him and that the recordings that he had been blamed for were made by the lady herself, which is the reason he requested his bail demand be endorsed.

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