Nigerian video director Clarence Peters has been freed from police custody days after his arrest over the death of video vixen, Love Divine professionally known as Kodak.
Kodak died from electrocution while charging her phone at peters’ house whom she had visited for a video shot. He was consequently invited and detained by men of the Nigerian Police Force, Lagos State Command pending investigation into the death of the vixen.
Now The Independent reports that the video director has been released and cleared of any wrongdoing after four days of thorough police investigation on the death of the dancer, including an autopsy.
According to the report, the investigation involved a visit to the director’s home studio where she died and an autopsy conducted by the Lagos State government, which showed the dancer died from the effects of electric shock while charging her phone.
Peter Clarence was granted bail together with his crew members who were detained alongside him.
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