They saw each other about six of seven times before she allegedly disclosed that she would date other people, prompting the man to say that he, too, would see other women.Yum reportedly grew angry at the man's statement, and her reaction was so "irrational" that he decided to stop seeing her, reports say. A few weeks after they stopped dating, Yum allegedly told the man that she was pregnant with their child and that either she would have the child and sue him for child support or he could date her again and she would consider an abortion.
A joint investigation between the Seattle Police Department and FBI indicates that Yum extorted at least seven men by either lying to them about needing abortion money, vowing to expose their extramarital relationships to their family and co-workers and other means of drawing cash from them hundreds to thousands of dollars at a time.
She managed to reel in well-heeled men, including business executives and attorneys who lost thousands of dollars in exchange for her silence.
A week later, Yum texted him continuing to demand that he wire her money, writing messages such as, "I guess you want me to keep it.
Is it cool if I start telling your family and friends as well as the staff at your Dad's work and Mom's school? However, Yum allegedly continued to harass him and his family, claiming she was considering not having the abortion and filing sexual harassment complaints against the man.
The man told authorities he ended the relationship after learning that Yum lied to him about her work and friends and suspected she was dating other men.