Court orders Singer, Oxlade to pay N5million as damages to lady in leaked s3x tape

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Oxlade, a Nigerian singer, has been forced to pay N5 million in restitution to the woman featured in his leaked s3x tape.

In February 2022, Kemi Filani reported that the singer was the topic of conversation for days after a private video of him getting intimate with a lady was posted on Snapchat.

The lady in question filed a lawsuit against him, seeking N20 million in restitution for the heinous act.

In an update to the court case, Justice Olalekan Oresanya of an Ikeja High Court has awarded the singer N5 million in damages.

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In a judgment dated January 24, 2023, Justice Oresanya described the singer’s actions in secretly recording an explicit s3x with a woman’s Android and then leaking it online as “despicable, horrendous, distasteful, and classless.”

Delivering judgment in the matter, Justice Oresanya chastised the singer and cautioned him against such act in his relationship with the opposite s3x in the future.

“The action and attitude of the Respondent (Oxlade), who is said to be a celebrity, is despicable, horrendous, distasteful and classless. The Respondent is admonished strongly to act with utmost circumspection in his relationship with fellow humans, especially the opposite s3x. “what goes around comes around”. I need not say more,” the judge said.

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The judge said the court would have awarded exemplary and aggravated damages far greater than the agreed settlement sum of N5 million against the respondent for the alleged “cruel violation of the privacy of the claimant via the online/internet publication of an explicit sex tape involving the claimant and the respondent on 9th February, 2022.”

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Oxlade is to pay the N5million damages awarded against him to the claimant in two instalments of N2million and N3million respectively.

The court judge gave an order of perpetual injunction against the claimant from initiating any further legal process or any process in respect of the facts and matters giving rise to the suit, and from instituting or discussing the issues constituted in the claim on any platform, and before any third party.

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