good day I met this guy and we were not ...

Asked by anonymous on 03-07-2023 18:00:58
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape

good day 

I met this guy and we were not talking much so 2 weeks back he called we had a sex talk over the phone of which he was calling using the company's telephone and he has never mentioned to me that the calls are recorded, 2 days after he asked me and said I should act as if I am a mother of his child so that he can have a leave so I agreed to that not knowing he was behide mission and he even ask for my account number to deposite the money he promised me for my birthday.i was called on Thursday told he was arrested and I am connect to his crime cause he stole Brazilian hair and there is an investigation going on about the missing money in the company. he has never told me about the missing money but he said they got paid from work.then some other man called me that there are recordings of us speaking from time to time and the sex recording which is agaisnt the company rule of which I didn't know now he asked for R1500 to clear my name and I refused to give him now he has been calling telling me that if I don't pay the money he will go to court ask them for warrant of arrest for me.

how do I go about this,cause i am stressed i can't  focus at work.

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