Cossy Ojiakor cries out for justice years after alleged sex with dog scandal

Actress Cossy Ojiakor has cried out for justice years after rumours of her having sex with a dog went viral on the internet, which she claimed ruined her career years ago.

The movie star stirred heated controversies in 2002 when Tunde Moshood, publisher of Enquirer Magazine, shared footage where she could be seen in a sex position with a dog.

Reacting to the footage, Cossy denied having sex with the dog, explaining that the clip was a scene from the 2002 movie, Itohan, which tried to portray the perilous position of people who are being trafficked to other countries as sex slaves.

With recent attention being paid to bestiality in the past weeks, the 37-year-old has called on law enforcement agents to revisit a report she made to them as regards the scandal which damaged her career in the last decade.

Revisiting the matter in an Instagram post on Wednesday, Cossy Ojiakor demanded justice, adding that she lost hope in the Nigerian justice system.

She wrote: “Sometimes a lifetime award turns out to be a lifetime shame…..that’s when Nigeria happens to you. Pls, @nigerianpoliceforce @nigerian_police_force_sc @nigerian_police_academy_wudil_ I reported this case years ago. But I was just a naive girl …a nobody. It was all over the news. Cossy Ojiako slept with Dog and got HIV. My image… Emotional trauma…my career everything went down the drain. I lost my sense of purpose…

“Up till date no justice .. no apologies… Nothing. It’s really an insult to me when the Nigerian police went after the girl on TikTok that jokingly said she slept with a dog. What about me that was in the magazine headline. Am I invisible.? Pls Solve this case and punish whoever is found guilty. Either Cossy the girl that supposedly slept with a dog or Mr TUNDE MOSHOOD. Of the ENQUIRER magazine .who is now a politician in Lagos state.

“The journalist that made millions from the Story that broke me. Pls, my Instagram family help me tag the right police handle because I lost hope in the Nigerian justice system. It still hurts. I want justice…Thank you.”