Swedish Govt Politician Blackmailed by Prostitute After Sex Purchases


Swedish moderate party MP Kyell Jansson was allegedly blackmailed by a prostitute a few days after buying sex and is now being investigated by the authorities themselves.

Jansson, a member of Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson’s centre-right Moderates and chairman of the nomination committee, allegedly met a woman in a bar and paid for sex, but just three days later tried to get about £5,000/$6,200 off him to press, threatening the politician with the release of sexually suggestive images.

Jansson admitted to paying the woman, but claimed it was because she was unemployed at the time and needed money for her rent. ]

He also allegedly paid for the woman to have breast surgery.

“The member has taken time out from all his obligations. It is standard procedure for judicial review and the legal process should now proceed. Our starting point is that it is good that suspicions are investigated and cannot comment further on the events at this time,” said Head of Communications Ida Karlbom. To express reports.

The MP is said to have met the woman and one of her friends in a bar in Stockholm and the three were not back at the MP’s home and engaged in sexual relations. The woman later claimed that Jansson bought sex from her, a claim the MP denies.

“You can imagine that he should have contacted SAPO [the Swedish Security Police] earlier, but he may not have really understood the situation he was in from the beginning. I’m very sorry for him. This was very sad,” said an acquaintance of Jansson To express.

The alleged prostitute is said to have a criminal past and was previously convicted of assault for stabbing an ex-partner and unlawfully holding another woman, cutting her hair and taking nude photos of her.

Prosecutor Maria Sterup said a preliminary investigation was underway, but it was not clear whether the investigation focused on extortion or sex buying. To express has claimed that the investigation concerns the latter.

Prostitution is illegal in Sweden and the scandal is the latest scandal involving the buying of sex by a public figure in the country.

In 2017, a manager of the Swedish state media outlet SVT was caught trying to buy an underage girl’s virginity in what was actually an undercover newspaper sting.

Years later in 2021, it was revealed that a number of animal rights activists engaged in prostitution and sold sexual services online to fund the court costs of their male leader, who had been jailed for crimes against farmers.

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