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Akuapem Poloo Has Been Convicted

Entertainer Rosemond Brown prevalently known as Akuapem Poloo has been indicted by the Accra Circuit Court over exposed pictures with her child. 

The conviction comes after she posted a bare picture with her child on Instagram commending his seventh birthday celebration. 

She has been remanded into guardianship to go through a pregnancy test before her condemning. 

In court Wednesday, the entertainer confessed to each of the three charges and was sentenced on her own request by the court directed by Christina Cann. 

Then, after a few reactions on the post, the entertainer apologized for her activities. 

She likewise gave further explanation on what the demonstration looked to accomplish adding that it was to get wards to support moms regardless of how denied the state in which they [mothers] wind up in. 

"I was not totally bare. He didn't see my organs since I covered myself with a fabric and applied sellotapes to the essential parts. Other than the image was taken in my own home," Akuapem Poloo

As per indictment, on June 30 2020, Rosemond praised her child's seventh birthday celebration by taking bare pictures along with her child who was likewise half-exposed. 

She posted the photos on her Instagram page which circulated around the web via online media. 

The photos pulled in remarks, adding that the conduct of the charged individual was probably going to reduce the nobility of her seven year old child among others. 

The inscription on the image read: "I'm exposed before you since this is the way stripped I was bringing forth you, so on the off chance that you discover me lying some place don't pass by however consider me to be your mother who rejuvenated you." 

On November 9 2020, she showed up under the watchful eye of the court over comparable charges. 

The Court managed by Mrs. Christiana Cann, conceded Rosemond to bail in the amount of ¢100,000 with four guarantees two to be legitimized with landed property worth ¢100,000. 

The title deed of the property, the Court said, ought to be stored at the court's Registry forthcoming the result of the matter.

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