Two minors rescued from ‘cybersex den’ in Philippines
Three suspects were arrested and will be charged with violating the cyber-crime act, anti-human trafficking law and child pornography, officials said
Two minors were rescued from a cybersex den while three suspects were arrested by officers from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in Bacoor, Cavite in the Philippines.
Janet Francisco, head of the NBI’s Anti-Human Trafficking Division, said an undercover agent was offered nude shows on camera by the suspects and asked for 10,000 Philippine pesos (US$187), GMA News reported.
Francisco alleged that the suspects also perform sexual acts on children in exchange for money. NBI operatives raided the house and rescued two children and arrested the suspects.
One of the suspects denied posing naked in front of a camera and said it was her first time she had joined the operation. Another suspect said he was not part of the operation and that he was just “hanging out” at the house.
Francisco said the suspects will be charged for violating provisions of the Cyber Crime Act, the anti-human trafficking law and child pornography.