Hell was nearly let loose as a man, simply referred to as Emeka, allegedly released a series of amateur pornographic videos he purportedly recorded with some girls and married women in Jos, Plateau state.
It was gathered that the man, who reportedly resides at the Rayfield area of Jos, allegedly engaged these women for a N30,000 fee after which he would strip the women naked and have carnal knowledge of them on camera.
According to a report by Daily Trust, the leaked videos have since gone viral causing a stir in the state.
One of the women involved in the video had reportedly committed suicide.
The report further stated that the victims were promised another N100,000 pay annually.
One of the victims who spoke with Daily Trust on the condition of anonymity said a woman approached them at a relaxation center that they were looking for women with “certain physical attributes to feature in a movie that pays well.”
The source who confirmed the death of one of the victims said she went with her friend for the audition and was also considered.
“The woman who brought us was also given N20,000 for bringing both of us.
“I waited with the woman who brought us in the bedroom while my friend was doing the video with Emeka in the parlour before it got to my turn.
“Thereafter we all slept in the hotel because it was in the night, and in the morning, everyone dispersed,” she said.
She said the incident took place over a year ago, adding that Emeka promised to give them N100,000 yearly, and also urged them to bring other girls in order to get N10,000 commission for each.
The victim, however, lamented that since the release of the videos, she has been having issues with her family members, and her boyfriend has been avoiding her.
Responding to the situation, the state’s Police Public Relations Officer, Tyopev Terna said the command had heard rumors of the incident, but that no one came forward to make an official report.
He, therefore, urged those involved not to be ashamed or afraid to make an official report or talk to him in confidence, “so that we can investigate and bring the perpetrator(s) to book”.