He told her that she will be posing with sex toys, and later told her that he “wanted to taste her body.”
Thanks to social media, more and more models are being recognized by photographers and modeling agencies. However, not everything on the internet is real, and being vulnerable can be quite dangerous. It is a fact that the modeling industry provides the perfect hunting ground for sexual predators.
The younger generation often falls victims to these sexual predators as they are the most vulnerable, and easy to manipulate. One victim, cosplayer Kino Miki from Malaysia, claims that a man who introduced himself as a professional photographer offered Kino a job—to pose with his products. She later learned that the man actually sold sex toys.
The man told Mikii that he wanted a “cosplay theme” to the photos and said that it would be done indoors. When she asked what product he was referring to he sent her photos of bikinis and sex toys, including dildos, and said that he wanted her to model them for him.
He said that if she was agreeable, he would pay her $2,000 for her work, but told her that she can ask for more if she believes it was too small. Kino politely declined, saying she does not pose in bikinis, nor does she intend to pose with sex toys.
However, the man pursued the matter further and asked, “Can I use my product to you after photo shoot (sic)?”
When she asked him what he meant, he said:
“We will have intercourse after photo. I want to taste your beautiful body.
“I love your boobs.
Understandably offended, Mikii told him she only does “proper” photoshoots and told him to cancel the shoot.
“You can take the money to hire some low model to have ‘intercourse’ with you.”
She posted screenshots of the conversation on her Facebook page warning other girls to beware of the guy.