Ghanaian actress Rosemond Alade Brown popularly known as Akuapem Polo is to make an appearance before court on January 29th, 2021, after she was charged with the publication of nude pictures with her seven-year-old son.
The trial which was supposed to come off yesterday, Monday, November 23, 2020, has been postponed to adjourned to January 29, 2021, after the prosecutor failed to show up in court.
Yesterday, Monday, November 23, would have been the day for court to conduct the Case Management Conference (CMC) but it appeared that the Prosecutor on the case, Chief Inspector Agartha Asantewaa is on leave, allowing the court to suspend the case to next year.
What Did Akuapem Poloo Do?
To those who have no clue as to what really happened, the actress some time back took to her official Instagram page where she made a controversial post that got everyone talking, the masses blasted her for such an act.
Akuapem Poloo on Monday, June 30 2020 took to her Instagram page where she posted a nude picture of herself fully naked in front of her half-naked 7-year old son and looking at each other as they held hands all in the name of celebrating her son’s seventh birthday.
“I am naked in front of you because this is how naked I was giving birth to you, so in case you find me lying somewhere don’t pass by but see me as your mom who brought you to life.” – She captioned the photo.
She was also invited by the Ghana Police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) for questioning and then they concluded that she has breached the Welfare Principle of the Child’s Act. And this action led to the actress deleting the nude picture she posted on her page. And also shared a new video of herself together with her son to apologize for their action
She was later charged for publication of obscene material and two counts of engaging in domestic violence. However, Akuapem Poloo pleaded not guilty.
In the previous sitting, the court presided over by Mrs. Christiana Cann, she admitted the actress to bail in the sum of ¢100,000 with four sureties two to be justified with landed property worth ¢100,000.
Well, we all have to wait until January 29th, 2021, to see how far this court case goes.