‘Akuapem Poloo Would Have Received A Harsher Punishment If She Had Not Pleaded Guilty’ – Akuapem Poloo’s Lawyer Says

The lawyer for Ghanaian convicted Ghanaian video vixen, Rosemond Brown who is known as Akuapem Poloo has spoken after his client was given a 90-day jail sentence.

Immediately after the ruling, some Ghanaians stated that he contributed to the sentencing of his client, however, Andrew Vortia who happens to the lawyer in question has replied saying had Akuapem Poloo not pleaded guilty, her sentence would have been ‘abnormal’.

According to him, the actress was a first-time offender so the best alternative was to plead guilty to the charges levelled against her.

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Explaining himself, he said;

“When we were in the case management conference stage, we evaluated all the evidence against her; the pictorial evidence and the witness statement. We realized that we don’t have a good case”.

The Presiding Judge who ruled on a case involving Ghanaian video vixen and actress, Rosemond Brown who is known as Akuapem Poloo has explained her reason behind her ruling.

It could be recalled that the actress was given a 90-day jail sentence and the judge who is in the person of Her Honour Mrs. Christiana Cann, in a report according to mynewsgh.com, stated that Akuapem Poloo’s sentence is a lesson to the young ladies go nude in the public for no reason.

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In her view, the trend where ladies go nude on social media is really getting out of hand adding that this will be sent word out to all these ladies.

In a post made by the popular Ghanaian radio station, Hitz FM, and in this post, all the charges leveled against her were detailed.

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Three charges were levelled against her and these charges are;

  • Facing charges of publication of obscene materials.
  • Engaging in domestic violence namely conduct that in any way undermines another person’s privacy or integrity.
  • Engaging in domestic violence namely conduct that in any way detracts or is likely to detract from another person’s dignity and worth as a human being.
Source: Kingaziz.com