Tangmo case: mother calls for 179 million baht in compensation

The case of the late actress Tangmo Patcharida Wachiraweerapong’s dying continues in Nonthaburi Provincial Court, divided into two separate components. Previously, suspects Tanuthaphat “Poh” Lertwittayawiset and Paiboon “Robert” Trikanjananun had confessed their involvement. Clear left four different suspects, Zen Visapach Manomaiyarat, Kritik “Job” Nitatsak Keeratisutthasathorn, and Pheem Dharmatheerasanee or “Em,” to disclaim the allegations and fight their case in court.
The Nonthaburi Provincial Court has ordered the separation of the case primarily based on the defendants who confessed and individuals who denied the allegations. Evidence from each parties could be scrutinised before the trial proceeded yesterday. The two sides have already given interviews to the media along with their respective legal professionals.
Tangmo‘s mother, Phanida, introduced new proof associated to various employment contracts price over 10 million baht per 12 months. She is suing for a compensation charge of 179 million baht. Reports indicate that after submitting varied pieces of evidence for the trial from each parties, Phanida filed a request for Zen Visapach’s bail to be denied, alleging that Zen tampered with important evidence and had issues with the basic public prosecutor. The court docket found no grounds for these claims and dismissed the request.
The courtroom has accepted Phanida’s lawsuit for compensation from the 4 remaining defendants, amounting to 179 million baht. A new courtroom date for June 29 has been set to examine additional proof and witnesses.
After the examination of the proof, Zen Visapach gave an interview, expressing confusion about Tangmo’s mother’s intentions and requested her to show compassion for his or her aspect. They also need the case to finish but feel that Tangmo’s mom is putting an excessive amount of pressure on them.
Zen’s lawyer, Pornsak Wibhaswinanon, mentioned that though the courtroom had accepted the requested compensation charge of 179 million baht, the ultimate quantity would rely upon the proof offered by Tangmo’s mom. Zen additionally claims that Tangmo could not possibly have earned 179 million baht as advised by the compensation charge.
Furthermore, defendant Egachin Jutha Suk Sawat or “Kritik,” Tangmo’s former supervisor, stated that Tangmo’s expected income of 179 million baht within 20 years was implausible, as typically she earned only 15,000 baht per appearance. Tangmo suffered from despair and well being issues, and within the final two years, she barely worked. Before her death, Tangmo solely had one endorsement deal which Kritik had secured for her..

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