esdoll.com news report: Merve Taskin, who lives in Istanbul, is a 23-year-old very beautiful and sexy Internet celebrity, tall and sweet. She shares various photos of herself traveling, enjoying food, and fitness on social media Ins, and already has 570,000 followers.
However, she was sued for sharing photos online from her visit to the “Netherlands Sex Toy Museum”. The charge is the dissemination of obscene and related information items. If convicted, he could be sentenced to up to three years in prison.
“I didn’t expect it to be this serious matter,” Da Sijing said.
Last year, she and two friends went to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to celebrate her 22nd birthday. One of the popular local celebrity check-in spots: is the “Sex Toy Museum”, which attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world every year.
Da Sijing shared online photos of her at the museum, along with photos of some sex toys on sale, including penis-shaped spaghetti and a “human female vagina.” After she returned to China and was arrested, she immediately deleted the photos.
They also went to the famous “Red Light District” in Amsterdam. Da Sijing held the number “22” in her hand and took videos and photos in the red light district window.
She thinks these photos are just for travel, but the Turkish police don’t think so, because Da Sijing has 570,000 fans and already has media attributes, so the police believe that she posted these sexy photos and is suspected of “spreading obscene information items”.
In the months following her return from Amsterdam, she was arrested twice and released after taking notes. I thought things would end here. But not long ago, she received a summons text message from an Istanbul court.
Da Sijing released a screenshot of the text message, which said she must appear in court on October 26 for a crime related to violating Article 226 of the Turkish Criminal Code and disseminating offensive and obscene information items.
Since receiving the subpoena, Da Sijing has deleted her photos on many social platforms.
At the same time, she also posted online about the court subpoena, which led to widespread media coverage of her “sex toy museum” photo case.
Monique Van Mar, director of the Amsterdam Sex Toy Museum, told the media that she represents the toy museum and has sent a private message to Ms. Da Sijing to express her condolences.
“Our museum aims to educate people around the world about the history of ‘sex’, and it’s very sad that this happened,” she said in the message.
Many netizens also left messages to express their comfort. Among them, the more rational netizens said: “Although the original intention of sharing photos is good, we must pay attention to the different customs and laws of different countries.”