Man batters lady for refusing him sex
Destiny Obete, a 34-year old man, has fetched trouble for himself after he allegedly beat up his friend’s lover, Angela Akpan for denying him sex in his house at Ejigbo Lagos.
Report gathered from P.M EXPRESS reveals that Destiny had battered the lady, inflicting serious injury on her body.
What led to Obete’s Clash with Angela
Angela had an accommodation challenge and she pleaded with Obete to stay in his house until she was able to get another accommodation. He agreed and she moved into his house.
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Later on, as she lived in his house, Obete suddenly discovered that Angela was bringing other men to the house for sex romps, he then developed interest and wanted to have his own share of a sexual experience with her.
Then a night came, when they had locked the door and were about to sleep, then Obete tried to arouse her feelings so that she will be in the mood to have sex with him.
However, it didn’t go well with Angela, as she became furious, refusing all entreaties by Obete to have his way. Her unresponsive reaction led to Obete reportedly assaulting her and afterwards he bundled her out of his apartment.
When Angela was reached for questioning, she explained that Obete got angry and assaulted her because she refused him sex. She also alleged that he stole her money.
However, Obete denied all the allegations, claiming that Angela did so to punish him.
He added that both of them were indigenes of Cross River State but met here in Lagos through his friend after she narrated her accommodation problem to him and had agreed to accommodate her.
After the matter was reported at the Police Division in Ejigbo, Obete was arrested and charged before Ejigbo Magistrates court for assault.
He pleaded not guilty.
The Presiding Magistrate Mr K.J. Layeni granted Obete bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum.
Obete was remanded in prison custody pending when his bail condition will be perfected.
The matter was later adjourned till 14 February 2018 for further hearing.