A video making rounds on social media, showed moment a Slay Queen was beaten by her clients who alleged that she stole sperm after sex.
The video of the Slay Queen packing her things before she was beaten, was taken in a hotel room and her clients also warned men to be careful as most sex workers now steal sperm after sex.
This is coming after a lSay queen was publicly humiliated for allegedly stealing N250k from her friend, and squandering it on clothes in Delta State.
According to reports, the Delta State Polytechnic student left her friend broke after the act. She was tied up and paraded after eventually being nabbed. Details about how she was caught are sketchy, however, local reports alleged that the unnamed woman had previously stolen as much as N250K from her friend. Luck ran out on her when she tried to steal again recently and she was nabbed.
There was also a report of a Slay Queen and former teller at Stanbic Bank, Choma, who was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment for allegedly stealing the sum of K33, 928.20 belonging to a customer.
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Ms. Sandra Thindwa was found guilty at the Choma Magistrates Court in Choma, Zambia by Principle Resident Magistrate Exnobert Zulu, on a two-count charge of theft by servant, and money laundering.
Byta FM in Choma reports that on dates unknown but between 31st December, 2015 and 29th January, 2016, Sandra Nthindwa of Choma in count one jointly and whilst acting together with persons unknown stole Thirty three thousand Nine Hundred and twenty eight Kwacha Twenty ngwee (K33, 928.20).
The money came into her possession by virtue of being employed by Stanbic Bank, Choma Branch.In Count two, she was accused of Money laundering of the same amount by means of false accounting transactions.
The State called 11 witnesses who testified on oath, with the first being Munalula Kusowa from Stanbic Head Office who testified to receiving a complaint from Zambeef Choma through the Stanbic Choma Branch Manager that the amount in question was not credited in the account after a deposit was made by Euclife Chaaba, an Amarguard officer but now deceased.
Source : pulse.com.gh