Asked by Anonymous on 07-02-2021 23:31:52
Question posted in the Criminal Law category relating to Northern Cape
Hi would like to find out if I can get arrested for the following. in December 2020 I got an escorts number on the internet, I did whatsapp her and ask her a bit out about herself. and for example how many men she slept with, I've never met her in person. and never had phonesex with her. I only ask her a few questions. and on 6 January 2021 I have received an call from an police officer saying on the 4 of December 2020 a lady opened a case against me. and I have to pay 5000 rand so that they can stop the order that I wont get arrested. can I come in trouble or get arrested for talking to her
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 08-02-2021 10:15:26
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You are getting yourself involved in a scam. I guarantee you that if the police officer was asking for R5000 to stop the order, that he is either a fake police officer, or a corrupt police officer!
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