Facebook Stalker Exploited Girls Sexually?

The B Tech student, who trapped girls posing himself as a girl, may have sexually exploited his victims, said police officials.

Published: 16th September 2015 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th September 2015 05:11 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The police team investigating the Facebook stalking case have stumbled upon leads suggesting that Abdul Majid , the B Tech student, who trapped girls posing himself as a girl, may have sexually exploited his victims. The accused befriended hundreds of girls on Facebook and blackmailed them threatening to release private pictures.

According to the police, the 21-year-old is a ‘master’ in women psychology. Sources associated with the investigation team told Express that though Majid did not reveal much details about his modus operandi, they suspect that he had exploited the girls sexually and took money threatening to release private photographs. “He could have done anything, could have sought favours, both sexual and monetory in nature. We are trying to log on to his accounts and dig out the entire chat history,” said S Jayaram, assistant commissioner of Police, cyber crime.

Meanwhile, the court granted three days police custody of Majid from Tuesday onwards.

“We are yet to figure out the extent of transactions involved. We have to interrogate him to get to the bottom of the case,” revealed another senior police official. According to him, Majid, who flunked in most of his engineering subjects, was a master in women psychology.

Meanwhile, parents of three more teenagers, approached Cyber Crime Police station, complaining about Majid on Tuesday.

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