NBI raids Cybersex Den in Navotas, Girls Rescued from online Prostitution
A cybersex den in San Roque, Navotas was raided by Department of Justice (DOJ) cybercrime office together with the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) cybercrime division. The authorities seized several sex toys and other equipment including a computer used in the cybersex den operation.
In a report, a suspected cybersex den in Navotas was allegedly under close surveillance for weeks. NBI and DOJ secured a search warrant after the surveillance report confirmed the cybersex den operation in San Roque. With the help of a foreign undercover, the local authorities immediately set up a trap to arrest the cybersex operator right inside his own home in Navotas. The detective named Joe Simmons, who works for US Homeland Security, coordinated with the NBI personnel while he was setting up the transaction and chatting with the suspect online.
The suspect identified as Benzen "Chen" Caneba was surprised when NBI personnel entered his room. The authorities immediately rescued four victims and brought them out for counseling. Three of the victims are Caneba's relatives while the other is his neighbor's daughter.
NBI agents also confiscated sex paraphernalia, laptop, money transfer receipts, and other relevant evidence seen inside his room.
Caneba explained that there's no cybersex operations in his home but later he admitted the crime. He said the four minors performed sexual acts in front of the camera for their clients abroad. Caneba said he also posed naked for his customers.
"We were sometimes asked to perform weird sexual acts and we did it for them," he said. "This is our way of generating money and besides I send those teenagers to school," Caneba added.
According to the NBI cybercrime division, many suspects reasoned out that they engage in online prostitution because of poverty. The NBI official also mentioned that online prostitution becomes prevalent since the suspects and victims can easily earn cash by simply posing nude or by demonstrating a casual sex in front of the camera.
Meanwhile, the NBI is becoming aggressive in hunting cybersex houses in the country following the enactment of the Cybercrime Law. Last week, they also raided a cybersex den in Muntinlupa, who offered a unique sexual fetish. A school in Alabang was also raided by NBI for allowing a cybersex operator to run his business inside the campus.
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