Married Woman Who Acted Porn Movie For N30k Commits Suicide In Jos

A married woman has reportedly committed suicide after which  was given N30,000 to act in a pornographic movie which went viral in Jos, Plateau state.

It was gathered that the married woman agreed to partake in the adult film after she was promised that the movie won’t be released in the country but abroad.

NAN reports that the video, which was uploaded on the internet weeks ago, showed some young girls and married women engaging in sexual acts.

A man identified as Emeka, who resides at the Rayfield area of Jos, was said to be behind the business. He reportedly took the girls and women to a hotel in the same area to shoot the indecent movie.

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According to report, he would interview the women before stripping them nude and having intercourse with them on camera, assuring them that the movie will not be sold in the country but abroad.

Emeka was said to have paid the women N30,000 each with a promise to pay additional N100,000 at a later date.

Emeka is said to have been in the business for about three years, with over 50 girls and women featuring in the videos.

 

Two girls, who approached the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) office in the state, said poverty and lack of need forced them to engage in the immoral act.

“This happened two years ago. My nephew was at the point of death and I needed to help my sister with money for his treatment. I met a lady at a beer parlour who told me about the man and I quickly agreed to do it,” one of the girls said.

“The painful part is that after I took the money home, my nephew still died. He promised us that he would release the videos outside Jos, but I later realised he only played us as we are not literate enough to know that once it’s on the internet, everybody can see it.”

Mary Izam, FIDA chairperson, said the association in collaboration with Red Cross and Teens Partners, has organised a rehabilitation process to save the victims from depression.

She said a married woman, who was one of the victims, had committed suicide after being stigmatized by members of the society.

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