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The alleged boss of a blackmail 'Sextortion' gang has revealed how she tricks 'stupid' men into stripping off via webcam - and revealed the vile secrets of her trade. Her gang is blamed for the suicide of year-old Daniel Perry who leapt to his death in Scotland in August after being told by his online tormentors he would be 'better off dead'. Speaking in a squalid Philippines prison cell, Caparas revealed that her gang of 'chatters' trawl Facebook for victims, sending men flirtatious messages before asking them to go 'somewhere private'.
They show the men a pre-recorded video of an Asian woman performing a striptease and then send them a stream of filthy text messages. Striptease: Caparas revealed vile details of the 'Sextortion' scam from her Philippines prison cell, boasting that her gang of 'chatters' trawl Facebook for victims, sending men flirtatious messages before asking them to go 'somewhere private'.
Sordid videocam: Maria Caparas-Regalachuelo has been jailed in the Philippines for her role in an international blackmail ring that convinces men to perform sex acts online. She has denied being the boss, despite boasting of her wealth by posting images such as the one of her son covered in banknotes, above right, to her Facebook .
Caparas admitted that she worked as a 'chatter' herself, adding: 'Chatters' are mostly young girls, some as young as 13, and transgender men. They work to a prepared text to coax victims. The 'chatter' then captures the victim performing a sex act on camera and uplo the video to an unlisted YouTube. The chatter's boss then gets in touch with the victim and threatens to send the link to the video to family and friends via Facebook if they do not pay blackmail demands.
Former slum dweller Caparas, who was arrested for a second time in September, denies being the gang's ringleader, insisting that she was just a 'chatter' and not the syndicate boss. Celebration: Maria Caparas has admitted being a 'chatter' and held a Christmas party in at which she apparently handed out flatscreen TVs as prizes.
Explaining how the scam worked, Caparas, who is awaiting trial for exploiting minors to work in the Sextortion gang, said: 'We tease them to get them comfortable and we work to a prepared text. They nearly always pay up after we put the video on YouTube. In one case I told my victim 'Don't flirt on the internet again.
Look what happens. I even blocked one victim on Skype to stop him getting any demands for more money from my boss. Caparas, who is suspected to be continuing to run her syndicate from behind bars, told Mail Online: 'I am ashamed of what I did. I am so sorry for the victims,' she said. I don't know anything about him but I'm very sad for his family's loss. Squalid: Weeping tears of self-pity as she squatted on the floor of the overcrowded women's block in Bulacan Provincial Jail, mother-of-five Caparas she said: 'I have to sleep in the hallway at night'. Overcrowded: Caparas, who is being held in Bulacan provincial jail in the Philippines, admitted she was a 'chatter' who was tasked with ensnaring men but insisted: 'How could an uneducated woman like me organise a criminal syndicate?
Weeping tears of self-pity as she squatted on the floor of the overcrowded women's block in Bulacan Provincial Jail, mother-of-five Caparas she said: 'I have to sleep in the hallway at night. I'm praying to Jesus to let me be with my kids again. I ask for forgiveness. I love my children and I have put them to shame.
I have promised them I will give up Cybercrime and stay at home and run my shop. Caparas insisted: 'How could an uneducated woman like me organise a criminal syndicate? But when asked what she thought of her victims falling for the scam, she replied cynically: 'They are stupid. But we found damning evidence of her role at the heart of the syndicate — including pictures of her year-old son covered in bank notes in an apparent taunt to villagers opposing her cybercrime activities. Another pictures shows a group of her 'chatters' celebrating their earnings at a Christmas party while wearing T-shirts in honour of their boss Caparas, calling themsevles the Ceecelle All Stars.
Ceecelle is one of a of aliases used by Caparas. Sextortion racket: North Hills Village - home of Marie Caparas - where much of the population is said to be involved in Sextortion. Temptation: Marie Caparas's home has been converted into a honey trap for the teenagers she allegedly recruits for her syndicate, including a billiards room lined with 19 computer cubicles. The computers are believed to be where her workers seduce and blackmail foreign men online.
In a tasteless joke at the expense of their desperate victims, the back of the T-shirt features the symbol that pops up on Skype when a victim has blocked a 'chatter' with the words 'We hate this' beneath it. Cybercrime profits, Caparas — said by neighbours to have bought a fleet of cars and up to 10 houses around the area with her Sextortion earnings — handed out gifts of flat-screen TVs, iPhones, iP and Samsung smart phones as raffle prizes at the party, one witness said.
Another shows piles of notes in a billiards room full of computer terminals at her North Hills Village home where her team of 'chatters' are said to have operated. The gloating images were found on Facebook s operated by Caparas and her family when police seized computers from her home in a raid. Investigators also found dozens of fake ID cards used to collect blackmail payments from Western Union money transfer offices.
T-shirts made by the 'chatters' carries a Ceecelle All Stars logo. Separately, in a tasteless joke at the expense of their desperate victims, the back of the T-shirt features the symbol that pops up on Skype when a victim has blocked a 'chatter' with the words 'We hate this' beneath it. Charges against Caparas were dropped amid suspicions that she bribed officials but she was rearrested in as the Sextortion activities continued and international pressure on the Philippines police mounted. Caparas — who like many wealthier Filipino inmates is able to keep a smart phone in jail by bribing warders to turn a blind eye — contacted Mail Online to deny being the ringleader after we reported her role at the heart of the syndicate in December.
Headquarters: Caparas, 37, allegedly ran her crime gang extorting money from men from this two-storey home, pictured, in North Hills, north of the Philippines capital, Manila. There is no suggestion that these children pictured were involved in the scam.
Using the Facebook alias Marie Celle Caparas she invited us to see her in prison where she revealed chilling details of how the Sextortion scam works while protesting she was not the ringleader. However, residents in North Hills Village insisted Caparas was the mastermind and said she graduated to Sextortion after making money from live sex chats with foreigners soon after she relocated to the village 10 years ago.
The only difference is they do it from their own homes rather since Caparas was arrested. It's still going on because it's easy money and money means everything in a place like this.
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