According to Prosecutor Uche Simon, told the court, that the employees used the hotel’s CCTV to record the guest having sex with his girlfriend. which was produced in a VCD and later circulated to residents of the area.
They also demanded a N10 million ransom and threatened to post it on the social media platform, Facebook if the man failed to part with the money. And when they failed to turn up with the money, they posted it on the Facebook between August 13 and 23.
The three accused; Okon, 23; Rita Emmanuel, 28; and Goodness Akpan, 24, whose addresses are unknown, are facing a four-count charge of fraud, demanding property with menace, conspiracy and indecent practices.
NAN reports that the accused may be sentenced to a minimum of three years each if convicted. However the accused all pleaded not guilty and were granted bail in the sum of N100, 000 each with two sureties each in like sum.
The three attendants were taken to Kirikiri Prisons pending the fulfillment of their bail conditions. The Chief Magistrate, Mrs O. J. Awope, adjourned the case till 19 September for mention.