The female police constable at the centre of a leaked ‘atopa’ tape has exclusively broken her silence over what really transpired leading to her current predicament.
A remorseful junior officer of the law disclosed to MyNewsGh.com that she is yet to come to terms with the reality that a video that was meant for two persons found its way into the public domain accusing a third party of trying to use it in blackmailing her.
According to her, the video was meant for her boyfriend based in Italy as earlier reported by MyNewsGh.com but she was finding some challenges in sending it through whatsapp and sought the assistance of a friend.
Unknown to her, the friend sent a copy to himself which he later tried using to blackmail her and when she could not raise the stated amount, he released it to close friends who in turn showed it to others before it went viral.
“I am very sorry for my conduct but this is what really happened. I am pulling myself to together and have learnt a lot of lessons. I do not even think I will want to own a phone with a camera”, she revealed.
The mother of one confirmed she recorded the video weeks ago which was intended for her boyfriend only identified as James, a Ghanaian based in Italy but it unfortunately landed in the wrong hands culminating in the leakage.
A close relation had earlier told MyNewsGh.com the sister after dumping the father of her child who is also a policeman, started seeing this James gentleman and it was during one of their interactions he demanded such a video to feast his eyes.
Being naïve and overly consumed by love, the police constable produced the video but instead of sending it to the fiancé in question, she mistakenly sent it to James’ friend but before it could be deleted, he had downloaded it and started the forwarding it to others.
Out of shame after the video went viral, she abandoned her official duties and has relocated to a town in the Bono East Region and changed her phone numbers though relations are said to be in touch.
The lady revealed she is going through counseling and will soon overcome the trauma.