After the photos were sent, his wife registered a complaint with the FIA in December last year. FIA registered a case against Junaid after investigations proved that he was behind the fake account. A local court had rejected Junaid’s pre-arrest bail, however, he fled the court before FIA officials could take him into custody. In a separate incident last month, the agency’s cyber-crime wing arrested a suspect who was harassing and blackmailing a girl by threatening to publicly share her private videos and photos online. He told the agency that Hammad had hacked data including private photos and videos of his daughter.
Source: Pakistan Today April 16, 2018 11:46 UTC