The Salt Lake cyber crime court’s ruling on Friday means the man can be released from jail in two months. “The man made posts asking viewers to pay through digital wallets to get more such photographs,” she had said in her complaint. “They fell out when the woman insisted on marriage,” Bibhas Chatterjee, special public prosecutor handling cyber crime cases, said. The man then created the fake accounts and started blackmailing the woman, the lawyer said. Sources close to the woman said she was not happy with the quantum of punishment.
Source: The Telegraph February 21, 2020 20:59 UTC