Three- some porn stars released

Police PRO Christopher Mbulawa
Police PRO Christopher Mbulawa

Modipane three-some porn stars and two others, whose mobile phone flick has become a hit, have been arrested, Police announced on Friday.

 

They were released on the same day without any charge.

The three-some stars are two brothers aged 21 and 19 and their woman partner who happens to be 24-years-old, is employed at a Tlokweng based company. One of the male porn stars, whose identities have been revealed, only completed form five at Mater Spei College in Francistown last year.


In the 19 minute flick, the two youngsters take turns on the woman who opens the scene with oral sex on the younger male.  In the same video it is clear that the woman is aware that the sex scene is being filmed as she reminded the younger male partner not to mention the other man by his name, warning that he will be exposing the child’s identity.

It also appears that the 19-year-old male was being introduced into sexual activity for the first time.

He asks whether he should undress, while in another scene his brother urges him on to dip himself, as the woman seems to pity the 19-year-old for his innocence. The trio is likely to be charged with electronic trafficking in pornographic or obscene material contrary to the Cyber Crime and Computer Related Act of 2007.

The Modipane porn flick has been trending on social media as Facebookers exchanged it since March 2, but it was not until last week that main stream media started feeding on the craze.

First the Voiceonline reported that the woman had pressed rape charges against the two brothers, then Gabz FM  quoted a Police source saying it was in fact the mother of the woman who had appealed to the Police to intervene to stop the viral spreading of the flick.

On Thursday some moralists reacted with shock and dismay as The Voice splashed still images of the porn on its front-page, but on Friday its editor, Emang Bokhutlo announced to critics via Facebook that the voice had sold out contrary to harsh criticism from some radio stations and social media.

Meanwhile, the Police have warned the public against the sharing of the porn flick via Whatsapp which seems to be the most common way of transferring the sex tape.

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