On Tuesday, the kenyan post reported that 11 women were charged with acting in a p*rn*graphic film in Mombasa but were later released on a Sh 100,000 bond each. Christoph Clement, a foreign national who is accused of recruiting and paying the girls, was also been freed on Ksh 1 million bail.
The 12 accused were arraigned before Senior Principal Magistrate Richard Odenyo and were charged with the ‘exploitation of prostitution’ and ‘living on earnings of prostitution’ contrary to the laws of Kenya.
The 12 were arrested by police in the plush estate of Nyali in Mombasa for allegedly performing s*xual acts with a dog for the purpose of making a p*rn*graphic film.
Police also confiscated the laptops and cameras used in the production.
Police are still looking for a Kenyan woman who allegedly assisted Clement to recruit the girls and make the films. Photos of one of the girls that were caught in the act have been released by the tabloid.