Hector Hernandez, a High school student pawned his parent's jewelry worth $100,000 in just $1,500 to pay Blackmailers who allegedly hacked his computer at home and took a video of him in an 'embarrassing' situation. The said Hackers who reportedly situated in the Philippines, threatened this 17-year old student of Detroit, Michigan to leak the said video to his family, friends and his school if he won't send the said amount.
|Hector Hernandez in Fox News Interview|
|Western Union receipt in which the money was wired to the Philippines|
Hector didn't have the idea about and what's is the content of the video until when the said Hackers contacted him in Social Media Site, Facebook. "I was scared I didn't know what to do," he said. "I didn't want my parents to find out what I did and I feel terrible about it." Hector in a Dailymail report.
|The first blackmail letter from a certain Eric C. Babad demanding for $1,100|
|The second blackmail letter from a certain Jenna Simpson which demands another amount of money|
|The third blackmail letter from a name Rocky Chic|
His mother is so disappointed of what Hector did and she is trying to get the jewelry back from the pawnshop.
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