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BREAKING -  Fashion Designer Gives Out Female Apprentice To Male Customer For Sex

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A 42-year old woman, Mrs Bosede Shonibare has been arrested and charged before a Lagos court for allegedly giving out her 16-year old female apprentice to his male customer, Afeez Olufade for sex.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that both Shonibare and Olufade were charged before Ogba Magistrates court for conspiracy and sexual assault on the victim and were remanded in prison custody.
The incident happened at Ikotun area of Lagos where both the suspects and the victim’s parents reside.
P.M. EXPRESS gathered that the parents of the girl enrolled her as an apprentice under Shonibare to learn fashion designing under certain conditions and time frame.
Police source said that Shonibare sent the victim to Olufade’s house to collect the money she claimed he was owing her.
The innocent girl went and entered Olufade’s apartment to demand for the money she was asked to collect.
However, it turned out to be another thing as Olufade reportedly locked his door from inside, pulled his clothes and was Unclad.
He reportedly then threatened to kill the victim if she disobeyed his directive as his manhood was already erect waiting for action.
He was said to have forced the victim to remove her clothes, forced her on the bed and attempted to penetrate her but could not because of the size of his joy stick.
He reportedly brought out a cream and ordered her to rob his joystick which she did.
While this was going on, some neighbours who knew what happened raised alarm and the door was forced open and the victim was rescued.
The matter was reported to the police at Ikotun division and the suspects were arrested and charged to court for the alleged offence.
They pleaded not guilty.
The presiding Magistrate, Mrs Davis Abegunde granted them bail in the sum of N500,000 with two sureties in like sum.
They were remanded in prison custody pending when they will perfect their bail condition.
The matter was adjourned till 18th of September, 2017.
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Hmmm, not great
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