Ghanaian actress Poloo facing trial over nude photo she took with her son

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Popular Ghanaian- Togolese actress, model, video vixen, brand ambassador and social media personality, Rosemond Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo has been facing trial over viral nude photos she took with her son.

She is in court following the publication of her nude photos with her son on his 7th birthday.

In line with the prosecution, on 30th June 2020, Rosemond celebrated her son’s seventh birthday by taking nude pictures together with her son who was additionally half-naked.

She posted the pictures on her Instagram page, which went viral on social media and attracted massive criticisms.

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The pictures attracted comments, with many stating the behaviour of the accused person was likely to detract from the dignity of her son among others.

The caption on the picture among different things reads: “I’m naked in front of you because this is how naked I was giving birth to you, so in case you discover me lying somewhere don’t pass by but see me as your mother who introduced you to life.”

The social media influencer has reportedly been convicted on her personal plea by the Accra Circuit Court.

Poloo repeatedly modified her plea from not guilty to the three charges levelled against her particularly: publication of obscene materials, participating in domestic violence conduct that in any approach undermines an individual’s privacy and integrity.

And fascinating in-home violence particularly conducts that in any method detracts or is prone to detract from one other person’s dignity and worth as a human being.

While waiting for the sentence to be passed, Poloo must undergo a test as required by legislation to make sure she just isn’t pregnant.

The actress will appear in court on Friday, sixteenth April with the results of the test for the sentence to be handed.

The mom of 1 is more likely to be handed jail time, community service or tremendous based mostly on the presiding judge’s discretion.

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