ACTRESS Arisara “Due” Thongburisut, whose allegations in a Facebook post last month triggered the crackdown on macau888 online gambling network, said today (Feb. 11) her former boyfriend who is one of four brothers believed to be running it did not force her to wear a shock collar, Matichon newspaper said.
This followed TV Channel 3’s Hone Krasae programme web page publishing a photo of the actress with bruises on a body after being assaulted by her ex-boyfriend Chaiwat “Benz Daemon” Kajornboonthavorn.
Some netizens who saw this photo observed that Arisara was unlikely to have been wearing a necklace but instead a shock collar used to train dogs.
However a news reporter, Mr. Sorayuth Suthatsanachinda, later said on his news page that “Due Arisara told ‘Chuwit’ it is not true she was forced to wear a shock collar as suspected in the photo.
“She added that it did not reach that extent but it is true that a pistol was fired.”
Arisara had earlier mentioned that while in a relationship with Benz Daemon he had poured a hot bowl of Mama noodles over her head and no one in the family helped her. She had added that she was abused throughout the one to two years they were together.
Meanwhile Pol. Maj. Gen. Wiwat Khamchamnan, deputy chief of Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau, said police are currently working on evidence collected from the 34 raids mounted in the macau888 case with no additional searches undertaken.
He added that Arisara has agreed to be questioned about this case and he will be leading a team of policemen to Taiwan to do so sometime next week, likely Feb. 14.
The police team is now working on what information they want from her.
Regarding the Lamborghini Mad Bull Liberty Walk Aventador V2 which Benz Daemon’s lawyer, Mr. Pisit Chutiphonphongchai, handed over yesterday, Pol. Maj. Gen. Wiwat said this was registered in the name of his second brother, Mr. Kittipong “Big” Kachonboonthavorn from the day of transfer.
More investigation about the supercar is continuing and Kittipong could be called in to testify about its acquisition and submit papers to prove it.
Arisara “Due” Thongburisut with what raised suspicion was a shock collar at right of top photo.
Front Page: Arisara “Due” Thongburisut with an image of Pol. Maj. Gen. Wiwat Khamchamnan at right. All photos: Matichon