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The dad of a Turkish boy whose girlfriend fell to her death was arrested for incitement to suicide after she mentioned him in a note left before she died.
He allegedly threatened to show nude photos of Aleyna Aggul, 18, to her family and friends.
The teenager's body was tragically found lifeless in an apartment building stairwell in Igdir, east Turkey on September 30.
Gokhan Argin, 42, was reported to the police the day before on the grounds of blackmail.
A note left by Aleyna read: "Gokhan Argin is responsible for my death."
Aleyna was reportedly dating his son Gokturk Argin, also 18.
Dad Gokhan is thought to have seen explicit footage on his son's phone – and threatened to share it widely unless the relationship swiftly ended.
Argin reportedly said: "I have your photos and videos. If you disobey me, I will show them to your family and friends.
"Everyone will know what you're like."
Earlier, unconfirmed reports said Gokhan also sexually abused her.
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Other news reports have suggested Aleyna and Gokhan were having a relationship of their own.
After Turkish cops looked through the phones of all three involved in the tragic love triangel, Gokhan was arrested.
He was charged with incitement to suicide, blackmail, deliberate injury, threat, insult and violation of privacy.
Gokhan was taken into custody eight days after Aleyna's death.
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Both dad and son were arrested previously on unknown charges but were soon released due to a lack of evidence.
Locally reported rumours included the allegation Gorkhan killed Aleyna before throwing her from the top of the staircase to make it look like suicide.
A protest over the young woman's death in the Azerbaijani-majority city, which lies close to the border with Armenia, took place Friday afternoon.
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