Rosemond Alade Brown, also known as Akuapem Poloo on social media, has expressed deep regret for her actions that landed her in jail last week.
She was granted bail after receiving a 90-day prison sentence for publishing a photo of herself posing naked in front of her son, and she urged the public not to replicate her actions.
She was found guilty by a court in Accra last week of publishing obscene material and violating the integrity and dignity of her seven-year-old son and sentenced, but her lawyers secured a GHS 80,000 bail for her, pending the outcome of an appeal filed by her counsel against the sentence.
At a press conference on Saturday, April 24, 2021, the actress expressed gratitude to President Akufo-Addo, Minister of Justice Godfred Yeboah Dame, and all individuals in and outside the country who advocated for her release from the Nsawam Prison.
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She also promised not to do anything similar in the future, which could lead to more legal action against her.
“I had no idea that taking a photo with my son in that manner would land me in hot water.” I had no idea it wasn’t a good thing. Please be merciful and forgive me. That was not my intention. I would like to urge my colleagues and young people to refrain from such behavior, particularly all forms of nudity.
We must put an end to it. “It’s not good,” she admitted
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