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EXPRESS n * photos of King Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi’s Thai lovers were sent to anti-monarchy activists in an attempt to “sabotage” the royal husband.
More than 1,400 snapshots of the lovers of the Thai king Maha Vajiralongkorn, many of whom are n * de or half-naked, have been sent to critics of the royal family.
The leak of the “very explicit” photos of Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi, also known as Koi, is said to have been linked to a bitter rivalry between the king’s mistress and his wife.
The reveal of the mischievous photos, some of which show Koi posing nude or half-naked in front of the camera, comes after she joined the royal harem after she was dramatically cast out and imprisoned last year.
The formidable Army Hospital nurse received her royal and military titles after being previously accused of attempting to undermine the king’s wife and former official wife, Queen Suthida.
The photos, allegedly taken by Sineenat himself, were sent to British journalist Andrew MacGregor Marshall, the author of articles critical of the Thai monarchy, the Times reported.
“The photos are clearly from Koi’s personal cell phones,” he wrote in a Facebook post.
“Most of the photos are photos that she took herself, and dozens of them are self-explanatory. She likely took these explicit photos of herself to send to Vajiralongkorn.
The 1,443 recordings were made between 2012 and 2014 and contain revealing footage of Koi topless and in tight nightwear.
The photos were also sent to Thai academic Pavin Chachavalpongpun, who lives in Japan and is being prosecuted in Thailand for criticizing the monarchy.
The photos were delivered with a forged return address and a letter claiming they were obtained by “pro-democracy Thai hackers.”
“However, this is almost certainly not the case,” Marshall added.
“Koi’s return has been vehemently opposed by factions in the palace that back Queen Suthida and Princess Bajrakitiyabha, and it is highly likely that images of Koi were leaked to sabotage her return as Vajiralongkorn’s wife.
Sineenat was given the title “Chao Khun Phra”, which means wife of the royal nobility, on the occasion of the king’s 67th birthday in July last year.
It was the first time a Thai monarch had married in nearly a century after the 68-year-old king married her fourth wife, Queen Suthida, 41 three months earlier.
Sineenat also received four medals, including “The Most Noble Order of the Crown in Thailand” and “The Sublime Order of the White Elephant, Special Class”.
But last October, less than three months after making Sineenat his royal wife, the king issued an order to revoke the appointment and send her to prison.
The official statement accused her lover of “being dishonorable, not showing gratitude [and] disobedience to the king and queen.”
In a strange twist in late August this year, the Thai Royal Gazette reported that not only had Sineenat returned, but that she had never done anything wrong and that the archives should not do so to show that she had never lost her privileges.
This is not the first time the eccentric Thai king has been embroiled in controversy.
In 2017, he tried to sue Facebook after photos were revealed of him walking through a German shopping mall covered in tattoos and wearing a crop top.
Lingering tensions have hampered the monarchy in Thailand as protesters took to the streets in the capital Bangkok this year to call for reforms from the royal family.