Music video director, Clarence Peters, has stated that he has not been arrested over the death of dancer, Love Divine, popularly known as Picture Kodak, who died in his Omole Estate home on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old made this clear in a statement released on Instagram on Monday.
He wrote, “…On the 29th of April 2020, Love Divine Ike (Picture Kodak) was in the dance studio, on the premises of Capital Dreams Pictures, with 5 other team members and myself – 7 people in total.
At about 7:30 pm on the same day, while in another office – a building beside the dance studio, on the same premises, some people who were said to be with Love Divine at the time, rushed in and called my attention to the fact that Love Divine had collapsed… “
Please note that no one has been charged or arrested, by the Police. The witnesses and I willingly made ourselves available to the Police and we have all pledged our full co-operation, through every part of this process. I will be helping out in every possible capacity…“
Clarence was on Sunday invited for questioning by the police over the death of the video vixen who was reportedly electrocuted after trying to use her phone while it was plugged in.
The state Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, confirmed this in a statement released on Sunday.
“We have him and the others in our custody; they are currently being questioned as suspects. We are investigating the matter,” he said.