Wednesday, 7 August 2013
What took her to Henry's house? The babe, Thelma, said he collected her "memory card" and that when she needed it, he asked her to come to his house to collect it. As soon as she entered he locked the door.
“He ordered me to pull off all my clothes while still holding the knife and I obeyed him and he brought out his phone and started video-taping me while I was unclad and threatened that if I refused to made love with him, he would post it on the internet.”
In the process of trying to collect her "memory card" the bad guy executed his real motive. He forcefully had intercourse with her, took her unclad photos and thereafter posted same on the internet.
Consequently, 27-year-old Henry Aiyenero has been arrested and charged before Apapa Magistrate’s court in Lagos for molesting his girlfriend, 23-year-old Thelma Lawrence, a student of Lagos State Polytechnic and posting her unclad photos on the internet.
Henry, who works at Ifelodun Local Council Development Area as driver, allegedly committed the illicit act in his house at Ajegunle in Lagos.
Delta State-born Henry, was said to have humiliated his girlfriend, Thelma, that way because she has been denying him sex for a long period. So, when she eventually visited his house, he threatened her with a knife, stripped her and used his mobile phone to take her unclad photos and also recorded it on video.
He told her he would post it on the internet if she refused to made love with him. Thelma allowed him have his way out of fear but he went ahead and posted the photo on the internet and even gave the video to some of his neigbours to watch.
According to the police, the defendant deliberately and unlawfully, with criminal intent, intimidated, annoyed and violently threatened the victim with a knife and had sex with her and thereafter, he displayed her unclad photo on the internet.
But at the end of the long story in court:
The bad guy, Henry, pleaded not guilty. The Magistrate, Mr P.E. Komonanya granted him bail in the sum of N20,000 with one surety in like sum and adjourned the case to September 4, 2013.