Model and former doctor, jailed for six years by military court in Myanmar for ‘harming culture and dignity’ with her OnlyFans pictures

Model and former doctor, jailed for six years by military court in Myanmar for ‘harming culture and dignity’ with her OnlyFans pictures

A gorgeous former doctor was sentenced to six years in prison in Myanmar for “harming culture and dignity” with her OnlyFans photos.

Model and former doctor Nang Mwe San was charged two weeks ago, according to military officials.

Under Section 33 (A) of the country’s Electronics Transactions Law, Ms. San was found guilty of using the websites to disseminate naked images and videos for a fee.

She is considered to be the first person to be imprisoned in Myanmar for being an OnlyFans model.

As Ms. San resided in the North Dagon Township of Yangon, where martial law is in effect, she was tried in a military court.

In addition, they are denied rights like as a lawyer. The trial of the model took place in the biggest prison court in Myanmar, where many political prisoners have lately been sent.

According to the BBC’s Burmese Service, Ms. San has been in touch with her mother in recent weeks.

However, her mother was unaware of her conviction until military media announced it today.

Ms. San lost her medical licence in 2019 for continuing to post provocative images of herself on Facebook despite the Myanmar Medical Council’s warnings.

Ms. San also uploaded images of herself during an anti-military demonstration after the February 2021 coup.

The February 2021 military coup in Myanmar sparked enormous outrage, resulting in several demonstrations.

More than 15,600 people have been jailed since the coup, including MPs, activists, journalists, and Ms. Suu Kyi.

Thinzar Wint Kyaw, a different model, was jailed in August for denouncing the coup and posting photographs on social media.

In October, she is scheduled for trial.

Yesterday, the sentence of a freelance journalist working for the BBC was doubled by three years.

The journalist Htet Htet Kine was previously condemned to three years of hard labour for communicating with an illegal pro-democracy radio programme.

She was convicted in accordance with new regulations that criminalise statements that seem to promote ‘false news’ about the military or provoke terror.

The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners monitoring group estimates that more than 12,000 political prisoners remain incarcerated and at least 2,322 have been killed.

Elsewhere, the former British ambassador to Myanmar and her husband were imprisoned for a year for violating immigration restrictions.

In Myanmar, however, their case is more likely to include broader political issues, since foreigners are seldom punished for immigration violations.

Ms. San made news in 2019 when her medical licence was cancelled for continuing to post pornographic photos on Facebook despite repeated warnings from the Myanmar Medical Council.

Ms. San, who became a doctor at the age of 22, gave up her practise in 2017 to follow her longtime ambition of becoming a model.

She said that she was compelled to go before the council in January 2019, when she was informed that her photographs violated Burmese culture.

Ms. San was compelled to sign an agreement to erase the images or face losing her driver’s licence.

On June 3, 2019, her licence was cancelled for disobeying the directive.

‘Here there is so much sexism,’ Ms San told the New York Times.

‘They don’t want women to have higher positions. And they judge women on what we wear. They don’t even want us to wear trousers.’

The model hit back at the decision in a Facebook post, pictured, saying: 'Society doesn't own women's body. My body, My right. Thanks to all my fans from my country, Burma and all around the world who support and encourage me, I love y'all'

The model hit back at the decision in a Facebook post, pictured, saying: ‘Society doesn’t own women’s body. My body, My right. Thanks to all my fans from my country, Burma and all around the world who support and encourage me, I love y’all’

Ms San admitted she was ‘shocked’ and ‘sad’ by the decision, having worked hard to become a doctor.

‘Did I dress in sexy outfits when I was meeting my patients? Never,’ she told Reuters.

The model hit back at the decision in a Facebook post saying: ‘Society doesn’t own women’s body. My body, My right. Thanks to all my fans from my country, Burma and all around the world who support and encourage me, I love y’all.’

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