AN ALLEGED police letter to a former deputy prime minister who had an affair with a married woman which is circulating online today (Jan. 11) states that progress had been made on fraud charges he had filed against the couple and the woman’s parents, Matichon newspaper said.
This follows Mr. Sittra Biabungkerd, a well-known lawyer, having revealed that his client, only identified as Khun Kor, filed for divorce from his wife on Dec. 30 over the affair she had with the ex-deputy premier whose first name initial is “Yor” and who was linked to the Interior Ministry. Moreover he was a member of Pheu Thai Party from 2008 to 2018 and liked playing golf but not at Alpine golf course.
In this alleged police letter dated Jan. 10 and signed by an inspector at Bangyikhan police station, the former deputy premier was told that a police report on fraud charges against the first three suspects, Ms. Thanyawarin, the woman he was involved with, Mr. Jirawut, her estranged husband and Mrs. Thanyawan, her mother, had been completed.
Moreover the inspector had asked for and got an arrest warrant issued for Mr. Ponganan, Thanyawarin’s father, by the Talingchan criminal court on Jan. 5.
The former deputy premier is suing the four of them for colluding in swindling him and wants the dowry he paid and other assets transferred to Thanyawarin returned.
He stated that he had openly taken Thanyawarin out and introduced her to his friends, informing them that he had asked for her hand in marriage from her parents.
Two images of the ex-deputy premier and the married woman he had an affair with, one masked and the other pixelated. Photo: Matichon