Rosemond Brown: Akuapem Poloo’s Mother begs Judge to free her; Narrates Impact on son
- Akuapem Poloo's mother has cried and begged the judge handling her daughter's case to have mercy
- She said her daughter has learnt bitter lessons from the happenings and if granted mercy, would not go down that path anymore
- A lawyer has explained that Rosemond Brown could face a jail term of up to 3 years for her offense
- She was convicted for sharing nude photos with her son on social media
Akuapem Poloo, also known as Rosemond Brown, has got her mother wailing on live radio because of her court case
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The mother has cried and begged the judge handling Brown’s case to have mercy, forgive her daughter and let her go free.
According to the pained mother, she has stomach ulcer, however, she has not been able to taste any food since this issue started.
She also revealed that the recent happenings have been worrying to Akuapem Poloo’s son who has refused to go to school.
She explained that the boy refused to go to school because he said he did not want to face questions from his mates and teachers.
Rosemond Brown has been convicted by the court on her own pleas. She pleaded guilty after sharing nude photos with her son, Sonof, on social media to celebrate his birthday.
She squats before her son all naked while holding his hands in a photoshoot. Rosemond Brown shared the photo to her Instagram and explained the idea behind the nude photoshoot.
Meanwhile, a private legal practitioner, Bernard Owiredu Donkor, has said Akuapen Poloo could face up to a three-year jail term.
He said Brown’s offense was a misdemeanour, and thus, she could be handed a maximum of three years in jail.
According to him, the court directing Rosemond Brown to undergo a pregnancy test means that she is in for a custodian sentence, explaining that the law does not allow for a pregnant woman to be kept in jail.
Lawyer Donkor, added, however, that Brown’s lawyer could put up a strong defense to have the sentence reduced, suggesting that he could argue on the line that she is a single mother and there is no one to take care of her child.
This explanation by the lawyer is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Citinewsroom.com.
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