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Policeman arrested over lover’s pictures exploitations

Lagos Police Command has nabbed a Supernumerary (Spy) policeman identified as Idowu Adesanya who was alleged to have shared the n-d- photographs of his girlfriend when she refused to succumb to his exploitations.

The victim, Cynthia had reported the suspect on May 15, at police Area Command, Ogba from where police operatives tracked down and arrested the suspect.

According to Cynthia, she decided to end the relationship when she caught her boyfriend allegedly chanting incantations over her head with a calabash. Cynthia said he got angry and showed her all the n-d- pictures that he took without her knowledge. He threatened to upload them online if she dared to walk out of that relationship.

She became scared and decided to stay in the relationship despite.

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Cynthia said the suspect also did other things to her, including making more -r-t-c videos of her and threatening to throw her in the Lagos Lagoos.

Idowu, it was gathered, later uploaded the photographs online for despite the exploitations, which prompted Cynthia to report him to the police.

After his initial disappearance, it was gathered that police operatives later tracked him to the Police College where he was arrested.

In a related incident, one Oladipupo Lekan has also been arraigned in court after he allegedly shared the n-d- picture of his former girlfriend, identified as Esther.

Lekan, it was gathered, was angry after Esther told him she wanted to end their relationship.

Upon his arrest, he allegedly told the police that he decided to blackmail her when he discovered that she was leaving him for a rich man.

A senior police officer who spoke to Saturday Sun said cases of blackmail using the victims’ n-d- pictures or videos had become rampant in the past six months. He advised people to be mindful of what they do behind closed doors.

Both suspects have since been charged to court,” he stated.

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