Top models named among those wanted for promoting football betting websites

Top models named among those wanted for promoting football betting websites

 

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Picture: Manager Online

 

As the football World Cup prepares to kick off today in Russia comes news that two well known Thai pretties and models are among 15 people named in warrants over the promotion of illegal football betting.

 

Two of those wanted are Jessie Vard and Saisarn Wangprasert (Noei) who is the wife of celebrity "Keng Laiprang".

 

Manager reported on the case that they say follows the arrest of football columnist and pundit Buranit Ratanawichien or "Borboo" on charges of promoting betting.

 

He was given a one month suspended jail sentence on May 30th and a 1,000 baht fine by the Don Muang court.

 

In total 15 warrants have been issued for pretties and models in connection with the promotion of around 100 illegal betting sites, said Manager.

 

Source: Manager Online

 
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