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Monday, 04 March 2024 8.58 PM IST

From five lakhs to zero; Anupama's foul plays were caught red-handed by YouTube, stopped providing income to her

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KOLLAM: Anupama, one of the accused in the Oyoor child abduction case, was very much active on social media. Several videos and Instagram reels in which she imitated celebrities, including Hollywood actors, had gone viral.

The videos posted by Anupama used to get millions of views on YouTube. ADGP M R Ajith Kumar said she used to receive an income of Rs 3.8 to 5 lakhs from this. However, YouTube stopped providing her income after she artificially fabricated the videos. Last July, YouTube stopped paying her income for copyright infringement. After this, Anupama became a participant in the kidnapping plan prepared by her parents.

Meanwhile, Anupama's Facebook page was found active yesterday. The videos that were previously posted on YouTube were uploaded on the Facebook page 'Anupama Padman' yesterday. Cyber experts said that someone may have hacked and misused her page.

Days after Anupama's arrest, the number of subscribers to her YouTube channel is increasing. She had 4.98 lakh subscribers at the time of her arrest. Now, the number of subscribers has increased to 5.27 lakh.

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