A Nigerian young lady has been apprehended and charged to court for blackmailing an unknown man for money. According to the report, the young lady met the man on facebook and started talking to each other. They chatted and agreed to meet at a hotel. From the report, they met and the man paid her for service but to the man's surprise, the lady videoed him and have been bothering him for money. She told the man that if the money is given to her, she will spread the video on social media platforms.
She then used the video to blackmailed the man asking for whooping amount of fifteen million naira (N15 million) but the man refused. The lady went ahead to spread the video on facebook as the video went viral on the app. The man reported her to the DSS and have arrested and charged to court.
From the report, she was granted bail which worth five million naira (N5 million) and now ready to face the court. The said incident happened in Yenegoa State in Nigeria.
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