The trial of actress Rosemond Alade Brown, better known as Akuapem Poloo, who reportedly posted nude pictures of herself and her son on social media, has been set for Wednesday, April 14, in an Accra circuit court presided over by Her Honour Christina Cann.
This comes after the actress and her counsel, Mr. Andy Vortia, attended a case management meeting in arbitration.
The trial judge demanded that the defense defendant, Mr. Bright K. Appiah, Executive Director of Child Rights International, be called to testify at the next hearing, along with the case investigator, who will also mount the witness box.
Rosemond’s defense attorney requested a lengthy adjournment because his client will be traveling to Nigeria to sign a deal for a movie making.
As the judge called for verification of contract, Rosemond also showed the judge a snapshot of an unsigned contract she had on her phone rather than the signed copy.
Her attorney has told the court that she wishes to amend her plea from Not Guilty to Guilty.
She was charged with publishing indecent content and two counts of domestic assault, but she has refuted the allegations and is being held on a GHC 100,000 bail.