About half a month later, Xie contacted him again. But this time is not peach blossom luck, Xie told him that he was pregnant.
Mr. Li, who had already started a family, was frightened when he heard the news. He urged the other party to have an induced abortion and paid her a surgeons fee.
After a period of time, Xie Mou found him again, saying that the last operation was unsuccessful, but also needed the cost, and Mr. Li transferred the money according to the other partys request.
But things are far from over. From August 2018 to the end of March 2019, Xie has been asking Mr. Li for a total of about 1 million yuan on the pretext of unsuccessful abortion operation and treatment in major hospitals.
Recently, Mr. Li called the police for help to recover the money.
The police checked the chat records and remittance information between the two men and preliminarily judged that this was a fraud case. According to the clues provided by Mr. Li, the suspect Xie Mou was captured in Changzhou on April 9.
Xie said that he knew that Mr. Lis financial situation was good, and that he had a family, so he made a plan, and filmed the video of their interaction.
But Xie was not pregnant.
Whenever there is no money to use, Xie Mou uses the need for treatment as an excuse to ask Mr. Li for money. He also threatened Mr. Li to make trouble at home if he did not give money.
The police found that Xie Mou was not the first time to commit such fraud. At present, Xie Mou has been detained by the police and the case is under further trial. Source: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675, Responsible Editor of Peninsula Morning Post
The police found that Xie Mou was not the first time to commit such fraud. At present, Xie Mou has been detained by the police and the case is under further trial.