In a trial in which a 25-year-old defendant who called himself a "girl on SNS" was accused of fraud and other crimes for defrauding a man he met on a dating app, the prosecution revealed that the defendant had made statements such as "I thought that making the host in charge number 1 was the value and meaning of my life" at the investigation stage.
The defendant, Mai Watanabe (25), who has no fixed residence and is unemployed, is accused of helping to defraud two men of more than 2 million yen in cash by selling "love manuals" to female university students in Nagoya, who called herself a "girl in the middle" on social media, and has admitted to the charges she has filed in her trial so far.
At the trial held at the Nagoya District Court on the 1000th, the trial of the crime of fraud, which was charged with the defendant for defrauding a man he met on a dating app of more than 6 million yen, began, and the defendant Watanabe admitted the contents of the indictment.
Subsequently, the prosecution pointed out that 'the defendant lied that he had a difficult upbringing in order to defraud the money spent on the host, and made the man cancel his life insurance.'
It was also revealed that the defendant had made statements at the investigation stage, such as "I thought that making the host in charge number one was the value and meaning of my life."
The defendant has also been charged with defrauding another man of more than 3800 million yen, and will be heard in a future trial.