Posted on Mon 24 Oct 2016, 10:22 AM

Her reign as the face of Anambra beauty in 2015 suffered a huge slap over the weekend when an illicit video of her involved in lesbian acts was leaked on the social media. 

Chidinma Okeke has handed over the crown of Miss Anambra to the organisers but that did not stop her fans from pouring out their disappointments. 

Though most fans are disappointed, others are pained that someone could have gone to the extent of posting a video of such content online just to embarrass the girl.  The number one suspect has been the yet unidentified photographer whose fingers appeared at some point in the video.

The young beauty has denied the allegation that she carried out same sex acts. She claimed that the video was concocted by those who want to destroy her promising career.

She said that her lawyers are already preparing legal actions against some un-named culprits. 

“My attention has been drawn to a concocted photograph/ video being circulated in the social media wherein my face was superimposed on an existing picture of persons engaging amorous conduct through the art of photo shopping. This act is perpetrated by hoodlums who are out to blackmail me or tarnish my image and promising career by presenting me in bad light. 

“I wish to say that the said image is certainly not mine by any stretch of imagination. I am a highly responsible person who was brought up in a family with impeccable reputation. I can therefore not subscribe to such act how much more engage in same . Meanwhile I have referred the matter to my lawyer for possible prosecution of the culprits and civil claim. Please be advised to discountenance the said photograph/ video and regard it as handiworks of detractors. Thank you.”

But film editing experts who saw the video say her claim is very weak. They argue that every feature of live recording was present in the video. 

View video here:  https://goo.gl/U7SS9y

 

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