With the bench warrant issued on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, against Jyoti (32) and Kiran (30), the notorious Matharoo sisters accused of sextortion and cyber bullying, International Police may be contacted to fish them out.
Police sources Encomium Weekly spoke with claimed that the courtesans, who allegedly slept with over a hundred randy rich Nigerians, cannot run away from the long arms of the law.
“There is a bench warrant against them, they will be arrested soon if they are still in Nigeria”, a policeman familiar with the case first heard on Friday, December 23, 2016, at a Yaba Magistrate court Sabo (Lagos) by Mr. A.O. Ojo, stated.
The case adjourned to Wednesday, March 1, 2017, will still go ahead even if the Canadians of Indian descent fail to show up.
Another source informed us, “If these ladies have eloped out of Nigeria, the Interpol will be contacted to look for them. And anywhere they are, they will be caught”.
Suspected to have sneaked out of Nigeria to Canada, there are indications that they plotted a trip to Las Vegas, United States of America.
Arrested in the middle of December 2016 for tormenting billionaire oil mogul, Femi Otedola, the Matharoo sisters along with their accomplice, Babatunde Oyebade (43), were said to be in possession of pictures and videos of many high society big wigs in compromising positions.
There are allegations that they were taunting Otedola with revelation of his extramarital affairs, accusing him of leading his daughter on to date another billionaire and disparaging his son.
With their naijagistlive blog, they allegedly demanded money from Otedola so that he could be left alone.
Upset, the Forte Oil’s elongated shadow fought back, reported the blackmail to the Police. And crack detectives went to work and ambushed the three suspects after weeks of investigation.
It was during investigation that dirtier details of their sextortion and cyber bullying scandal unfolded.