Husband Covicted After Posting Sex Videos Of Qatar Airways Crew 2

Cheating husband convicted after posting sex videos of his Qatar Airways cabin crew mistress on a pornographic site.

Amandeep Singh, 36, was sentenced to 20 months imprisonment.

Singh and his mistress first met on a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Perth last 2016 where she worked as as a flight attendant.

Their relationship lasted for 18 months.

Posting Sex Videos Of Qatar Airways Crew

During the course of their relationship, Singh pretended to be unmarried.

However his wife later discovered their affair in February 2018 after contacting his mistress and confirming their relationship.

He didn’t admit infidelity to his wife when she confronted him. He instead promised to his mistress that he would leave his wife for her.

But his wife soon found out that the relationship hadn’t ended when she caught them on a video call.

The wife reached out to the flight attendant and confirmed that they never stopped dating. The crew member informed the wife of Singh’s plan to leave.

When Singh knew about what his mistress said to his wife, he got furious and began harassing her online. He contacted her 181 times in just a span of 24 hours.

He kept on threatening her that he would send intimate videos of them to her conservative family. This went on for two weeks.

When she didn’t respond, he sent a video of them having sex to her brother and father.

He also tried to defame her at her workplace and contacted Qatar Airways saying that she had been selling sexual services to her passengers.

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As if those weren’t enough to ruin her, he uploaded their explicit video on PornHub with her name and address on it.

Due to these serious acts of defamation, he was punished  for the ‘vicious and humiliating act’ by Judge Mark Herron at the Perth District Court.

Singh, however, didn’t deny the allegations and pleaded guilty.

After his conviction, his wife filed for a divorce and he has also been relieved from his post as a security guard at Serco.

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