Woman makes complaint to CID that video footage of herself and her husband was maliciously posted to Facebook


A Cooks Extension woman has reported to the Police that video footage of herself and her husband was posted online without her permission.

Allegations are that the video clip, although not sexual in nature, was posted on Facebook, and the woman is at a loss to understand why someone would maliciously have done so.

Allegedly, the woman told the Criminal Investigations Department that, on March 1, she received a video clip containing wedding pictures of herself and her spouse.

A video carrying pictures of a married couple went into wide circulation last week.  In it, a female is heard sending voice notes to someone she thought was a pastor and asking him to break up the marriage.

It is unclear whether this is the same video clip to which the complaining woman is referring.

However, the Police’s cyber lab has been informed of the incident. -REAL NEWS

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