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‘Queen of Snapchat’ allegedly extorted by Florida model for $18G

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 6:47 PM

They came at the Snapchat queen — and missed.

A Snapchat model and her accomplice in Miami Beach threatened to leak nude photos and videos of social media superstar “YesJulz,” unless she paid them $ 18,000, police said.

The Florida duo allegedly sent several of the X-rated photos as proof, according to police.

Hencha Voigt, 28, and Wesley Victor, 33, of South Florida, were arrested after trying to extort $  18,000 from the “Queen of Snapchat”

Hencha Voigt, 28, and Wesley Victor, 33, of South Florida, were arrested after trying to extort $ 18,000 from the “Queen of Snapchat”

(Miami-Dade Corrections)

Julieanna Goddard, 26, who has been called “Snapchat Royalty” by the New York Times, and the “Queen of Snapchat” by the Huffington Post, had 24 hours to pay the ransom on July 21.

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Goddard arranged a fake meet-up after contacting police about the plot.

Julieanna Goddard, better known as YesJulz, called police and arranged a fake meeting to bust the two in Miami Beach.

Julieanna Goddard, better known as YesJulz, called police and arranged a fake meeting to bust the two in Miami Beach.

(yesjulz via Instagram)

Officers found Hencha Voigt and Wesley Victor sitting in a car on Miami Beach, waiting for Goddard to pay up.

Hencha Voigt, denied the incident on her Twitter, claiming that the truth would be revealed.

Hencha Voigt, denied the incident on her Twitter, claiming that the truth would be revealed.

(henyvbaby via Instagram)

While searching the car, police found the phone they used to threaten her, and charged the two with extortion.

Voigt admitted to the crime during the arrest, the Miami New Times reported.

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YesJulz posted on her Twitter page a few days after the incident, writing that hacking and blackmailing doesn’t pay.

YesJulz posted on her Twitter page a few days after the incident, writing that hacking and blackmailing doesn’t pay.

(Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images)

The model, who has a much smaller following than YesJulz, denied the allegations on social media.

“Lies lol, the truth will be heard,” Voigt wrote in a tweet on Wednesday. In another post, she wrote that “justice will be served.”

Goddard has been posting several jabs at her alleged blackmailers on her Twitter account, retweeting stories about the arrest to her mass of adoring fans.

On Sunday, three days after the arrest, YesJulz tweeted out a post writing, “Hacking & blackmailing do not pay.”

The day after the two were arrested on Miami Beach, she posted on Twitter, “Today could’ve been the worst day ever and it’s the best day ever. You ever beat the devil at his own game?!”

Voigt did not respond to the Daily News’s request for comment.

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