Former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke, To Appear In Court Today

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The former beauty queen of Anambra State, Miss Chidinma Okeke, will be appearing in a Lagos Court this morning. January 17.

Recall that the name ‘Chidinma Okeke’ became one of the most popular or rather, notorious names in Nigeria following the wide circulation of a leaked lesbian sex tape involving the young lady. In a video which spread like wild fire on the internet, she was seen having a ‘cozy time’ with her female sex partner, who unconfirmed sources simply identified as Ada.

Her appearance in court however, is not connected to her illegal sex act but is in relation to the arraignment of one of her blackmailers, the man into whose account she paid money to avoid the release of the controversial sex video. The man is being arraigned today and the DSS is the agency in charge of the case.

The court where she is to appear has been kept secret for security reasons.

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Ex-Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke, To Appear In Court Today
Ex-Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke, To Appear In Court Today

Corroborating the news which was first seen on Premium Times, a Facebook post written on a group page named, The Due Process Advocates (DPA), by  Chukwuemeka Ugwuonye read:

“BREAKING NEWS: CHIDINMA OKEKE, THE BEAUTY QUEEN IN COURT IN LAGOS THIS MORNING.

“Though a closely guarded secret, we can now inform our members that Ms. Chidinma Okeke, the former beauty queen for Anambra State, will be appearing in a Lagos Court this morning. We are not disclosing the court for obvious reasons. But we will be in court. (DPA and Eculaw are not officially involved in the case. But we are monitoring closely the development of the story).

“Her appearance is in relation to the arraignment of one of her blackmailers, the man she paid money into his account to avoid the release of the controversial s*x video. The man is being arraigned today and we believe the DSS is the agency in charge of the case.

“Updates to follow in due course.”