The last is yet to be heard of the sex scandal surrounding the winner of the 2015 Miss Anambra Beauty Pageant, Chidinma Okeke, where she was seen in a lesbian act with another lady alleged to be her personal assistant.
It was gathered that the State Security Services, SSS also called DSS, has received in confidence a new sex video, which also shows the beauty queen in the act of lesbianism but unlike the first two videos, the new video is said to be very lengthy and posed the queen as someone who is well tutored in lesbianism unlike what was portrayed in the two earlier publicised videos.
The source revealed that an unknown person sent in the video when it became obvious that some politicians who are bent on making political gains out of the whole saga were bent on skewing the story against some people who knew nothing about the queen’s act, just to get at Anambra State government and perhaps ruin the chances of a second term bid for the incumbent governor, Willie Obiano.
He added that the new video showed that the lady handling the recording of the video later joined in the act while the second lady took over with the filming.
He said: “It is in the new video that you will see what the girl is capable of doing. The new video even showed the girl behind the scene, where she gave the camera to the other girl and joined the act, while a male partner later came into the room and had sex with the queen.
“After the whole act, the parties involved were also seen in the new video dancing naked. The DSS has all those now, and I believe investigations have started.”
The source said the news of the threat to Chidinma’s life when she decided to hold a press conference to tell her side of the story may not be true as the queen knows very well what she has done, and how she can also speak to the world from the very confines of her room if she wished to do so, even without calling a press conference.
“If the security people refuse to give her security, or she is afraid of coming out to say who and who her blackmailers are, then she can just type her story and post it to her social media handles and the world would read it from there; that is if she is ready to tell the true story,” the source quipped.
The source further noted that the unknown person who sent in the video, which is now in the hands of the DSS denied posting the two videos already trending now to the internet, but said that because the full video of the girls’ act are in their possession, it would be wise to send it in to prove the innocence of some people who are about to be used as scapegoats, even though they know nothing of the girl’s act.
However information has it that the unknown person is a friend of one of the girls involved in the act, and that the video had been sent in for safekeeping after the friend involved in the act had problem with her phone.
Our source also doused the impression making the rounds that the act was done under duress, and that the act was done in a students’ lodge in Awka, in a room belonging to one of the girls’ involved, and that the girls may have recorded the act just for them to be able to always recount the moment, but unfortunately it slipped into the wrong hand.
The former Queen’s advocate, Ikenna Obidiegwu, had told some journalists that his client would be willing to speak to the media anytime this week to tell her own side of the story.
A visit to the embattled queen’s country home of Obeagu village in Ogboji, Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State showed an average family home with a red old gate while grasses adorned the entrance.
The picture of the compound which was securely locked could not be taken as the village security stopped News Express reporter from either taking any picture or speaking to an elderly woman who is a neighbor to Okeke’s family house.
News Express recalls that the embattled queen had pointed out in her Facebook page that her blackmailers had told her they will post more videos on the internet but did not mention if she participated in the involved in the scandalous video under duress or willfully.