Explicit content? Betty Kyallo now moves to DCI
Betty Kyallo says the DCI has assured her that "culprits spreading fake and defamatory news about her must and will be prosecuted."
- She has distanced herself the alleged nudes, saying its the work of malicious people out to tarnish her unblemished brand.
Former TV presenter Betty Kyallo has lodged an official complaint with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over what she says is "false and malicious" content about her.
In a statement released on Thursday, January 17 evening, Kyallo said that the DCI has assured her that "culprits spreading fake and defamatory news about her must and will be prosecuted."
"It has come to our attention that a false story is in circulation on social media platforms insinuating that media personality and entrepreneur Betty Kyallo has taken part in the production of explicit content.
"We have lodged an official complaint with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Director of Cybercrime and we have been assured that any person and blog, or social media accounts found guilty of originating the false news will be prosecuted," the statement reads in part.
The journalist vehemently distanced herself from the alleged nudes saying that the nature of the content has been orchestrated by those who want to tarnish her brand.
"The Nature of the content circulating social media platforms is false, malicious, and intent to tarnish the Betty Kyallo brand which has been carefully cultivated over the past decade. The aforementioned content is in no way a representation of the Betty Kyallo Brand," added the statement by Medios Ltd., her publicists.
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