GH¢ 12,000 fine, Akuapim poloo set free by the court of Appeal after been sentenced for 3 months imprisonment by a circuit Court in Accra, Ghana.
The actress, Rosemond Alade Brown, a.k.a. Akuapem Poloo was hit with a 90-day jail term by an Accra Circuit Court for the distribution of naked and indecent material of her seven-year-old child via web-based media in June 2020.
She was summoned over the distribution of a naked picture with her child, distribution of disgusting materials, participating in abusive behavior at home to be specific a direct that in any capacity subverted someone else’s protection or uprightness, and participating in aggressive behavior at home in particular lead that in any capacity detracted or was probably going to detracts someone’s attention probably on focusing on his/her Job to improve the economy.
She changed her underlying argue of not liable to liable and the circuit court indicted and sentenced her appropriately.
Notwithstanding, she recorded an appeal at the Accra High Court to challenge the 90-day jail term gave her on April 16, 2021.
The High Court excused her application and said the sentence gave her by the circuit court was not manifestly exorbitant.
She applied to the Court of Appeal and the jail term has been switched and a fine of GH¢12,000 forced all things being equal.
Akuapem Poloo’s 90-days jail term was reasonable – Court of Appeal
Realistic Online’s court correspondent, Justice Agbenorsi reports that the Court of Appeal in Accra all things being equal, forced a fine of GH¢12, 000 on the convict.
Despite the court of Appeal finalizing on setting her free, the judges understood and accepted the fact that the circuit Court jailed her 3 months.
Nonetheless, it was the viewed as perspective on the board which likewise had Justices Bright Mensah and Eric Baah as individuals from the board, thought about Poloo’s seven-year-old child and the her situation of being single despite having a child (In other words, single parent).
The court, along these lines, subbed the custodial sentence with a fine.
She got rejected by the court and was asked to serve the country in prison for 3 months by the circuit Court in Accra.
The sentence are to run simultaneously.
According to the circuit Court,Accra, Akuapim poloo will be serving 3 months in prison.
Akuapim poloo was jailed for 90 days by Accra circuit Court on the charge that, she posted her nudes photos online” which goes against the rules of this country.
This was later she had conceded to the charge of distribution of vulgar material as opposed to the Criminal Offenses Act, 1960 (Act 29), taking part in abusive behavior at home, in particular, a lead that, in any capacity, subverted someone else’s security or uprightness, in spite of Section 1(d) (iii) and 3(2) of the Domestic Violence Act, 2007 (Act 732), and participating in aggressive behavior at home, to be specific direct that, in any capacity, detracted or was probably going to detract from someone else’s respect and worth as a person, in opposition to Act 732.
Akuapem Poloo started her appeal on two grounds.
First and foremost, she contended that she was a first time wrongdoer and in this manner the Circuit Court ought to have thought of her as supplication of liable as a moderating factor while forcing the sentence.
Furthermore, the indicted actress contended that the preliminary appointed authority ought to have forced a fine on her rather than a custodial sentence.
Akuapem Poloo, likewise recorded an application for bail forthcoming the assurance of her appeal.
The actress was conceded to bail in the amount of GH¢80,000 with three guarantees.
Equity Aryeetey, who conceded Poloo bail requested her to answer to the police at regular intervals and furthermore store her visa at the court’s vault.
On Wednesday December 1, 2021, the High Court excused the appeal recorded by Rosemond Alade Brown, which looked to challenge the 90-day jail term gave to her by the Accra Circuit Court on April 16 this year. Not happy with the decision of the High Court, Poloo went on to documented an appeal at the Court of Appeal testing the excusal of her appeal by the High Court.