Around July 2020, Rosemond Alade Brown, who is popularly known as Akuapem Poloo, a Ghanaian actress posted a partially nude picture of her and her seven year old son as one of the end of the boy's seventh birthday's pictures, which goes contrary to the law.
She was invited by Ghana Police for questions about the incident as the public react on how she exposed her son on social media.
She pleaded guilty to three charges against her at the court level, which includes:
The publication of obscene materials engaging in domestic violence in ways undermine the privacy and integrity of another human being.
And finally engaging in domestic violence which can spoil the dignity of another person.
Accra Circuit Court declared her guilty after she pleaded guilty guilty herself to the charges which were pressed against her.
They later sentenced her to three months in prison, which is 90 days and that the reason for the sentence is to serve as example for the general public.
However, lawyers of Akuapem Poloo didn't indicate that they will serve notice of appeal against the jail term given to Akuapem Poloo by the judge.
Her lawyer, Andrew Vortia told journalists that now, Akuapem Poloo's child is exposed rather than him being protected.
Cardi B, an American artist said that the judge was too harsh to give her 90 days in prison. Other social media users also followed her that the punishment was too harsh.
Let's see what they said;
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