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DJ Man and Baitoey Acquitted in Forex-3D Ponzi Scheme Case: A Celebrity Couple’s Legal Victory

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In a saga that reads like a gripping legal drama, celebrity power couple Pattanapon “DJ Man” Minthakhin and his renowned singer wife Suteewan “Baitoey” Kunchorn found themselves ensnared in a web of courtroom battles and public speculation, only to emerge victorious. The twists and turns of their legal ordeal came to a head on a fateful Wednesday at the Criminal Court, where justice seemed to lean in their favor, acquitting them of alleged fraud and connections to the notorious Forex-3D Ponzi scheme.

It was a case that captivated the nation, involving a smattering of suspects, a basket of accusations, and the shadowy world of Ponzi schemes—where money swirls in a whirlpool of deceit. Among the nine suspects stood not just Baitoey and her DJ husband but a roster reminiscent of a who’s who in this alleged criminal endeavor. Entities and individuals alike, including RMS Famelia Co Ltd, Ponzi architect Apirak Kothi, Kittichet Chaidet, and others, found themselves in the eye of the legal storm.

However, in what could only be described as a cinematic climax, the court’s decision hinged on the surprising paucity of evidence. Imagine the scene: A courtroom, the air thick with anticipation, as the prosecution presents… a single picture. This, the court found, was nowhere near enough to tether the couple to the financial whirlwind that was the Ponzi scheme.

Their lawyer, Amorn Kuson, made a distinction sharper than a knife’s edge between this case, brought forth by Ponzi scheme victims, and another spearheaded by prosecutors equipped with evidence from the Department of Special Investigation (DSI). It seemed, for a moment, that hope shone brighter for Pattanapon, with plans to request bail sparkling on the horizon.

But what is the Forex-3D scheme, you might wonder? Picture this: A grand promise of high returns, a lure too tempting for thousands to resist, orchestrated by none other than Apiruk Kothi. The mastermind behind this operation was arrested in January 2021, but not before the scheme sowed discord and distress.

And what of our celebrity couple? They remain, somewhat precariously, on the list of 16 suspects the DSI accuses of playing roles in this financial fiasco. Their journey through the legal labyrinth continues, marked by the recent courtroom victory that leaves both public and pundits pondering what twists await in the chapters yet to unfold. Through it all, DJ Man and Baitoey stand united, embattled perhaps, but undaunted, their story a testament to the unpredictable dance of fame, fortune, and the law.


  1. TruthSeeker99 March 20, 2024

    No surprise here. Celebrities always get special treatment in court. The little guy doesn’t stand a chance when it comes to justice.

    • LegalEagle March 20, 2024

      It’s not about celebrity status. It’s about evidence and the legal process. The prosecution failed to present sufficient evidence. That’s how the justice system works.

      • Joe March 20, 2024

        Evidence or not, money talks in these situations. Regular people wouldn’t have had the resources to defend themselves like they did.

      • TruthSeeker99 March 20, 2024

        Exactly my point, Joe. If they were just regular folks, this would have gone very differently. It’s all about who you know and what you have.

    • Optimist01 March 20, 2024

      We should also consider that they might actually be innocent? Not everyone involved in a scandal is guilty. The court found them not guilty for a reason.

  2. FinanceGuru March 20, 2024

    Everyone’s focusing on the celebrities, but the real issue is the Forex-3D scheme. It’s these types of Ponzi schemes that ruin lives. People invest their hard-earned money based on false promises.

    • Skeptic42 March 20, 2024

      But why aren’t there more stringent regulations to prevent these schemes? It feels like authorities are always a step behind.

  3. PopCultureFan March 20, 2024

    DJ Man and Baitoey’s journey is like a movie. You couldn’t make this stuff up! I’m just glad they got through this. Love their work.

    • Realist123 March 20, 2024

      Love them or hate them, their personal life should be separate from their work. Just because you enjoy someone’s art doesn’t mean they are above the law.

      • PopCultureFan March 20, 2024

        Fair point, but until proven guilty, shouldn’t we give them the benefit of the doubt? Innocent until proven guilty, right?

  4. ConcernedCitizen March 20, 2024

    This case shows just how deep and confusing these Ponzi schemes are. How many innocent people lost their savings because someone wanted to get rich quick?

  5. JohnDoe March 20, 2024

    The legal system is a joke. A picture as evidence? No wonder they were acquitted. There needs to be a serious overhaul in how these cases are handled.

  6. CuriousKat March 20, 2024

    I wonder about the other suspects and what evidence is there against them. This article focuses a lot on the celebrities but not much on the broader network involved.

  7. Emily March 20, 2024

    It’s heartbreaking to think about the victims of the scheme. Has there been any effort to reimburse them for their losses?

  8. DramaLover March 20, 2024

    These celebrity scandals are always so juicy! Can’t wait for the movie or documentary about this whole ordeal.

    • SeriousSue March 20, 2024

      People’s lives were ruined because of this scheme. Maybe we shouldn’t be so entertained by their misery?

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