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Charges against Caparas were dropped amid suspicions that she bribed officials but she was rearrested in 2016 as the Sextortion activities continued and international pressure on the Philippines police mounted.Caparas – who like many wealthier Filipino inmates is able to keep a smart phone in jail by bribing warders to turn a blind eye – contacted Mail Online to deny being the ringleader after we reported her role at the heart of the syndicate in December.Victims of Caparas's gang in North Hills Village – a poverty-racked village with a population of 1,500 – are believed to include a millionaire Asian pop star and a tycoon's son who paid £150,000 in repeated blackmail demands before going to police.Former slum dweller Caparas, who was arrested for a second time in September, denies being the gang's ringleader, insisting that she was just a 'chatter' and not the syndicate boss.'Chatters': Maria Caparas, pictured centre in red t-shirt, admitted that she worked as a 'chatter' herself, adding '[they]are mostly young girls and transgender men'.I don't know anything about him but I'm very sad for his family's loss.
She has denied being the boss, despite boasting of her wealth by posting images such as the one of her son covered in banknotes, above right, to her Facebook page Caparas admitted that she worked as a 'chatter' herself, adding: 'Chatters' are mostly young girls, some as young as 13, and transgender men.They work to a prepared text to coax victims.'We tease them to get them comfortable and we work to a prepared text.' The 'chatter' then captures the victim performing a sex act on camera and uploads the video to an unlisted You Tube page.The chatter's boss then gets in touch with the victim and threatens to send the link to the video to family and friends via Facebook if they do not pay blackmail demands.The alleged boss of a blackmail 'Sextortion' gang has revealed how she tricks 'stupid' men into stripping off via webcam - and revealed the vile secrets of her trade.'Queen of Sextortion' Maria Caparas-Regalachuelo, who is accused of using girls as young as 13, boasted that it takes just 30 minutes to trick western men into getting naked then performing a sex act via Skype.Her gang is blamed for the suicide of 17-year-old Daniel Perry who leapt to his death in Scotland in August 2013 after being told by his online tormentors he would be 'better off dead'.