Made in Thailand
Shout out to Praphawan Jaikla who stood up for her rights – Poor but has Pride and Dignity
The student who fought hard to prove she was innocent in regard to an alleged theft. While spoiled 18 years old girls with money and privileges enjoy life to the max doing nothing but literally burning money. That poor, smart girl decided to work as a maid to make some money to support her family and her schooling.
But that greedy evil boss “Ying Kai” saw an opportunity and tried to convince the poor hard working maid to take care of VIP customers at casinos in Hong Kong, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. The girl refused. She has university to start this coming year. She is poor but she has pride and dignity, a prostitute with money wasn’t her goal in life.
Ying Kai or Ms Monta got upset and filed a complaint with Pracha Chuen police accusing her and her parents of stealing valuables worth more than 10 million baht. Of course, she is married to a police colonel and the police works for her. They call her “High Society”! Despicable! Human Trafficker, using and abusing these vulnerable young women. It doesn’t get any lower than this.
Ms Praphawan, now a first-year student at Kasetsart University’s campus in Sakon Nakhon, said she took legal action and filed a counter-complaint against Ms Monta to seek justice for the alleged crime that she had not committed. Amazing young woman. The Pride of Thailand.
Maid “Made” in Thailand!
Sadly, a pattern of abuse, false accusations and many girls jailed by “Ying Kai” started to surface. not to mention her driver mysteriously disappeared 4 years ago as did a millionairess from whom she asked to buy a land plot in Udon Thani in 2003. The land plot was found to have been transferred to Ms Monta and she later sold it and pocketed the money.
Now, Ms Monta is in jail and a police general comes out today and claims that she has a mental illness. The Cover up started already. She is Criminal, not Mental.
It’s in the family
That led to the arrest of Kamonthat who is half-sister to Monta Yokrattanakan ‘Ying Kai’, who is awaiting trial over royal defamation and human trafficking charges.
Kamonthat was accused of swindling people, out of around 5 million Baht between 2010 and 2014. She was sentenced to a total of 150 years on 33 counts defaming the royal family by promising favors from them to people in exchange for cash, however the term was reduced to 50 years because of her confession.
The charges against Kamonthat included making fake documents purported to be from the Office of His Majesty’s Principal Private Secretary and conning people to contribute money for royal kathin ceremonies.
Kramonthas told her victims that the favors would flow ‘if they donated money for merit-making with royal family’.