S#x Scandal: Olosho Takes Legal Action Against Stingy Customer

By Riddy10 3 Min Read

A s#x worker, Blessing Olaitan, has dragged a man, Samuel Oni, before a Magistrate’s Court sitting in Akure, the state capital, for allegedly defrauding her of N120,000 after she traded her body to him.

The defendant was arraigned on two-count bordering on conspiracy and stealing.

According to Olaitan, she is a professional s#x worker, and after having s#x with Oni, he collected N80,000 from her with a promise to transfer the money alongside her N15,000 fee to her account.

However, she later received a fake credit alert from Oni, which prompted her to take legal action against him.

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During the court proceedings, Olaitan claimed that Oni had defrauded her, and the charge sheet read that Oni and others at large had conspired to steal a sum of N120,000 from her.

The charge sheet further stated that Oni stole the money from Olaitan on March 1, 2023, at Alagbaka, Akure, within the jurisdiction of the court.

 Olosho Takes Legal Action Against Stingy Customer
Following the plea of not guilty by the defendant, the Magistrate, Tope Aladejana, granted him bail with a sum of N200,000 and two sureties in like sum. And to tat effect, the case was adjourned till Monday, April 17, 2023, for hearing.

This case highlights the issue of fraud and theft in the sex work industry, and it is not the first time that sex workers have taken legal action against clients who refuse to pay after services rendered.

The stigma associated with sex work often leaves sex workers vulnerable to exploitation, and clients often take advantage of their situation, which leads to confrontations and legal battles.

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) deserves commendation for bringing the alleged perpetrator to justice, and it is essential that law enforcement agencies continue to protect the rights of sex workers who are often marginalized and excluded from mainstream society.

In conclusion, sex work is a profession that deserves legal recognition and protection, and it is important that the rights of sex workers are respected, and they are not subjected to fraud, theft, or any other form of exploitation.

The case of Blessing Olaitan vs. Samuel Oni is a reminder that justice must prevail, and everyone is equal before the law.

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