Woman is burned by fake Russian gynecologist who did not dive into & # 39; inclusion of a & # 39; online research & # 39; and then demanded £ 2,000 for not sharing the imagery
- Victim Mary was denied a hospital appointment because of coronavirus obstruction
- SHe was then approached online by a & # 39; gynecologist & # 39; named Arnold Karapetyan
- After their appointment, he threatened to release a recording of the session
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A Russian woman has warned against fake online gynecologists during the lockdown, after she was blackmailed by a fake doctor.
The victim, from Kaluga, 160 miles south of Moscow, sought help from her hospital and an online forum, but was denied an appointment because of the lockdown and a ban on non-essential consultation.
The woman in her 30s, named Maria, was contacted online shortly thereafter by a & # 39; gynecologist & # 39; named Arnold Karapetyan who did not offer them a web consultation.
Victim Mary (pictured) has warned against fake online gynecologists during the lockdown after she was blackmailed by a fake doctor
Maria used her smartphone camera for the intimate online & # 39; appointment & # 39;
After an initial exchange, he told her he suspected she had genital herpes, but advised & # 39; a gynecological checkup is needed to rule out other more negative options & # 39;
This could be carried out online through her smartphone camera, he told her.
Before agreeing, she tried to check on him online and felt that his site – which was later revealed to be false – really appeared, she told NTV.
He told her he would pay £ 33 for a private appointment and wrote to her: & # 39; I have 30 years of work experience.
& # 39; Read the reviews. I GUARANTEE if something goes wrong, I will give you the money back. I accept several online patients every day. This is the reality of today. & # 39;
She later returned to him and said she was suffering from itching.
Lawyers found that the & # 39; gynecologist & # 39; used an image that didn't belong to a real doctor and a fake name. Pictured: the social media site of a & # 39; fake doctor & # 39; t his & # 39; services & # 39; promoted
Police are now investigating the storage fraud and there are suspicions that the & # 39; gynecologist & # 39; who had liquid medical terms used by other victims. Image: The fake gynecologist's Instagram account
The intimate session that was filmed on her smartphone lasted 40 minutes and in advance he had told her to guarantee strong lighting.
Immediately after it was over, the doctor messaged her: & # 39; The session was recorded.
& # 39; If you do not want this video to be sent to all your friends, transfer me 200,000 rubles by noon.
& # 39; The time is almost over. & # 39;
Surprised Mary did not pay, but turned her to lawyer Timur Marshani, who found that the & # 39; gynecologist & # 39; had a photo used that didn't belong to a real doctor and a fake name.
Attorney Timur Marshani (pictured) found that the & # 39; gynecologist & # 39; used an image that didn't belong to a real doctor and a fake name
Police are now investigating the storage fraud and there are suspicions that the & # 39; gynecologist & # 39; who had liquid medical terms used by other victims.
Meanwhile, they are marking the case on a major Russian TV channel as a warning.
& # 39; I don't even want to tell my close friends … because & # 39; I'm ashamed, & # 39; recognized Mary, who wore dark classes and a lockdown mask.
& # 39; I'm just ashamed that I believed it. & # 39;
He instructed her exactly how she would set the camera for the session, she said.
& # 39; He told me how to install (and) what position to take so he can see the problem I had. & # 39;
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