The former beauty queen was released from prison as no witnesses could be found to testify in her explicit video case. The taste of freedom did not last long though, as she was re-arrested but released a few minutes later by police. Sepetu then took to Instagram where she said she was finally free but that she would be taking a break from social media and the public.
Wema Sepetu Quits Social Media
Nairobi News, 4 July 2019
Tanzanian actress Wema Sepetu has finally won her freedom after a magistrate court dismissed a case against her for leaking a sex tape online. Read more »
Wema Sepetu Set Free By Court, Rearrested By Police
Citizen, 4 July 2019
The Kisutu Magistrate Court today Thursday July 4 set free former beauty queen Wema Sepetu but the taste of freedom did not last long after she was re-arrested few minutes later by… Read more »
Bongo Actress Wema Sepetu Released from Prison
Nairobi News, 25 June 2019
A Resident Magistrate court in Dar es Salaam on Monday released popular bongo actress Wema Sepetu under tough bond conditions after spending seven days in prison. Read more »
The popular Tanzanian actress who is facing charges of sharing an explicit video on the internet, missed her court appearance and was arrested and jailed. Read more »
The Film Classification Board has banned actress Wema Sepetu indefinitely from taking part in any film-related activities after her intimate video went viral on social media. The ... Read more »
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