Instagram babes blackmailing a millionaire

Two Toronto sisters are supposedly involved in an international sex scandal. The ladies have been taken into Nigerian prison custody under the accusations of cyberbullying and extortion.

The sisters are Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo. According to Nigerian news site Politics Nigeria, the sisters are facing charges for being high-society prostitutes, they’re accused of running of a website aimed to extort money from Nigeria’s wealthiest people.

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The Matharoo sisters have been caught with laptops and tablets that contained videos of themselves having sex with men, is what CityNews Toronto tells us.

The two supposedly logged conversations and sexual meetings with their high-profile clients. It also seems like there was a third party involved, to blackmail targets to pay thousands of dollars for their privacy, or face the publication of the material on the sisters’ website.

Jyoti and Kiran have about 50,000 followers together on their Instagram accounts, both with photographs from their extravagant and deluxe lifestyles; they probably got the money for all their stuff and trips from one of the richest men in Nigeria: Femi Otedola.

At the moment they’re being accused of blackmailing, cyberbullying and extorting this millionaire. “The sisters stand accused of being “responsible” for the website NaijaGistLive and several other social media accounts on Instagram and Twitter used for ‘cyberbullying’ around 274 people, ‘mostly based in various regions of Africa.”

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The sisters are currently staying in the Nigerian city Lagos, in custody, waiting for their trial.

Politics Nigeria said the two instantly admitted to running the bribery website after their arrest, and admitted to having sexual relations with over 100 wealthy men.

The sisters are believed to be Canadian inhabitants, and registered a Toronto home address on court documents.

Global Affairs Canada established with the Toronto Star and CityNews that consular facilities are being provided to the two sisters.

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