King of Thailand’s mistress Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi More than 1,400 naked photos leaked to anti-monarchy activists, a report said Tuesday.

Thai king's mistress Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi victim of mass nude photo leak leaked to anti-monarchy activists, a report said Tuesday.


Thai king’s mistress Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi victim of mass nude photo leaked to anti-monarchy activists, a report said Tuesday.

EXPLICIT nude pictures of the King of Thailand’s mistress have been sent to anti-monarchy activists in a bid to “sabotage” the Royal consort.

Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi naked photos leaked
Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi has trained as a pilot and is a major-general Credit: Reuters

More than 1,400 snaps of Thai king Maha Vajiralongkorn’s mistress – many of them naked or semi-naked – have been sent to detractors of the Royal family.

Thai king Maha Vajiralongkorn appointed Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi as his official mistress in 2019

The photos were taken between 2012-2014 and show Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi, mistress of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, in poses she would not like to see the light of day.

The mistress was imprisoned last year and now lives again in the palace, when she was accused queen, the official wife of the king, that is, that she undermined her power with her actions.

It comes after she returned from prison after being jailed last year to rejoin the billionaire royal’s harem.

She received her royal and military titles back after previously accused of attempting to undermine the monarch’s official wife, the country’s queen.

The photos – believed to have been taken by Ms. Sineenat herself – were sent to Andrew MacGregor Marshall, a British journalist who has written critical articles about the Thai monarchy, The Times reports.

“There were 1,400 photographs from four different iPhones. Some of them were very intimate photos,” one of the recipients, British commentator Andrew MacGregor Marshall, told the outlet.

Marshall said he received a letter — initially sent to an address he no longer uses — containing an SD card with the photos.

The letter bore what he presumes to be “a fake return address” associated with German intelligence headquarters in Berlin, he told the Daily Beast.

“I made the decision not to publish them,” said Marshall. “They had obviously been sent to me without her consent, but also I just saw this is as a factional palace game.”

Marshall said he received the mysterious letter in August, around the same time that Wongvajirapakdi, 35, was released from detention following a feud with Thailand’s queen to join the king’s harem of “sex soldiers.”

Ms Sineenat, also known as Koi Wongvajirapakdi, was gifted the title of royal consort to mark the king’s 67th birthday last July.

It was the first time in nearly a century that a Thai monarch had taken a consort, after the king married his fourth wife Queen Suthida earlier in 2019.

Both Queen Suthida, 42, and Sineenat, 35, have served as senior officers in palace security units. Suthida was previously a flight attendant with Thai Airways, while Sineenat was an army nurse.

The 68-year-old king has seven children by three previous marriages, all of which ended in divorce.

Last October, less than three months after making Sineenat his royal consort, the king issued a command rescinding the appointment.


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