Thai actress seeks police aid after receiving threat
Fri, Oct 01, 2010
The Nation/Asia News Network

Annie Brooke told the police yesterday that a threat had been made against her child.

The actress, who moved into a condominium after controversy erupted about whether heartthrob Rattapoom "Film" Tohkongsub is her son's father, said she received a call from someone threatening to steal her son and has asked patrol police to check on them.

Supensri Pungkoksung, from the Friends of Women Foundation, said members of her agency and a lawyer had visited Annie to offer mental support and legal assistance. Meanwhile, secretary-general of the Law Society of Thailand, Wanchai Sornsiri, said comments made by RS CEO Surachai Chetchotisak about Annie were within the frame of defamation, and she should file a police complaint or ask for help to file a civil lawsuit.

Meanwhile, Social Development and Human Security Minister Issara Somchai, who has tried to mediate between Film and Annie, said he had spoken to Annie yesterday morning, giving her moral support and advising her not to appear on television any more. He said he couldn't reach Film yet.







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