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Police reconsider, clear ‘Ying Kai’ accusers

BANGKOK: Police have found a 19-year-old female university student and her mother did not commit theft as accused by alleged con woman Monta “Ying Kai” Yokrattanakan last year.

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Tuesday 23 August 2016, 09:29AM


The infamous Monta ‘Ying Kai’ Yokrattanakan made a huge error when she took accused Praphawan Jaikla (left) and her mother Praphaporn Thongfueng of theft. The duo took the complaint to higher police authorities and have been completely cleared of any crime, while ‘Ying Kai’ is in prison, probably for the rest of her life. Photo: Apichit Jinakul
The infamous Monta ‘Ying Kai’ Yokrattanakan made a huge error when she took accused Praphawan Jaikla (left) and her mother Praphaporn Thongfueng of theft. The duo took the complaint to higher police authorities and have been completely cleared of any crime, while ‘Ying Kai’ is in prison, probably for the rest of her life. Photo: Apichit Jinakul

Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) acting commissioner Sanit Mahathavorn said yesterday (Aug 22) that Pracha Chuen police have reversed themselves and concluded that Praphawan Jaikla, a student at Kasetsart University’s campus in Sakon Nakhon, and her mother, Praphaporn Thongfueng, did not commit theft as claimed by Ms Monta.

The decision came after Ms Monta was unable to account for assets which she claims were worth several million baht, and which she told police had been stolen by Ms Praphawan and Ms Praphaporn, who are both Ms Monta’s former housekeepers.

Their cases were sent to prosecutors who recommended indictment.

However, the cases were re-investigated after Ms Monta was suspected to have filed false charges against two women.

The prosecutors ordered police to compile more evidence following a petition by Ms Praphawan and her family seeking justice.

On June 21, Ms Praphawan and her parents submitted the petition with CSD deputy chief Chakrit Sawasdee.

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Ms Praphawan said Ms Monta had filed a false complaint with Pracha Chuen police, accusing her and her mother of stealing valuables worth more than B10 million while they worked at the woman’s home at the National Housing Authority’s Pracha Niwet Building 1 in Chatuchak district on March 18 last year.

At the time, Ms Monta had tried to persuade Ms Praphawan to work in Hong Kong, claiming she would make good money there.

However, after Ms Praphawan turned down the offer and left the apartment with her mother without notifying the woman, Ms Monta was arrested by police on the theft complaint. They had CCTV footage of the pair leaving the house with bags.

Meanwhile, Pracha Chuen police chief Col Samart Promchart said yesterday that police also have wrapped up nine other cases involving complaints which Ms Monta had made against other former employees and forwarded them to prosecutors. Ms Monta, who is being held in a remand jail, was charged with lodging false complaints, human trafficking, defamation and lese majeste.

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Joe12 | 26 August 2016 - 11:08:26

Kurt...go get yourself a law degree. Who said anything about the actions being unlawful? It's an action in Tort not criminal law.

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Kurt | 25 August 2016 - 14:29:05

Hahahaha, funny to read the bewildered comment of Joe12.

As a matter of fact, not the legal representatives of Ms Monta should start suing.
In contrary, the victims of ms Monta wrong doings false complaints(!) should sui Ms Monta and perhaps the Police Dept. 
For wrong arrest and jail time based on ms Monta false complaints, and followed up  by miss judgement of the court.
Joe12 seems to overlook that ms Monta has been charges with and being held for:
False complains
Human trafficking
Defametion
Lese Majesti

Joe12 has to learn that a arrest by thai court order is not unlawfull, and so not wrong.
That is the thai law. ( he is very supportive about it)

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Joe12 | 24 August 2016 - 19:40:50

I hope the legal representatives of Ms Monta will be suing the Police Department for wrongful arrest?

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