Aya Nakamura files a complaint after an attempt to blackmail the “sextape”

The name of Aya Nakamura appears once again in the legal chronicle after her summons to the court of Bobigny, on January 26, for a case of reciprocal domestic violence. But this time it’s at his expense. The interpreter of “DjaDja” filed a complaint on January 24 at the police station in Chelles (Seine-et-Marne), to report his status as a victim of “sextape” blackmail. This blackmail would have intervened after the burglary of his home in the Parisian suburbs revealed Le JDD this Saturday. The parquet floor of Meaux confirms to the Parisian that an investigation is open and that the singer is the victim of blackmail.

A man would claim 250,000 euros from him for not broadcasting several intimate videos belonging to him, a scenario that recalls the story of the sextape of Pamela Anderson, moreover recently brought to the screen in a series broadcast on Disney Plus.

The 27-year-old singer was, according to her testimony, the victim of a burglary on December 27th. The burglars seized a loot which would represent nearly 200,000 euros. The thieves seized luxury clothes and cash belonging to the international star. But among the stolen objects were also two touch pads where there were intimate videos.

It was almost a month later that Aya Nakamura informed the police that she had been contacted by telephone on January 20. The blackmailer would have threatened to make his videos public, if the artist did not pay him the sum of 250,000 euros.

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