The wife of popular nightlife king Lascatter has accused him of sexually molesting their 5-month-old baby a year after their big wedding.
Lascatter whose real name is Temidayo Lucky Kafaru was accused by his recently wedded wife Diana Faith, 24, of sexually molesting their maid and 5-month-old daughter.
The couple’s wedding on August 31, 2019, was the talk of the town and attracted numerous celebrities including the likes of Ubi Franklin, IK Ogbonna, Pretty Mike, Alexx Ekubo, Yomi Casual, Angela Okorie, etc.
Only a year after the society wedding, Diana Faith has called on the Lagos State Government, Inspector General of Police (IGP), and other relevant authorities to investigate her husband for a number of offences, including sexual molestation of their infant.
According to the Guardian Newspaper, Faith alleged that her estranged husband raped their maid who is a minor and also molested their baby by putting his manhood in the baby’s mouth.
She added: “Since then, there have been constant threats to my life and that of my mother. I am calling on the Inspector General of Police to intervene in my case and not allow my life and that of my family to be wasted. He has refused to make himself available for investigation on allegations against him.”
Reports indicate that the legal counsel to the wife, Bamidele Ogundele, reported the case to the Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT) at Alausa, Ikeja and Temidayo was invited, but he didn’t honour the invitation.
According to DSVRT Coordinator, Tolulope Rodes-Vivour Adeniyi, he promised to come on the appointed date, July 27, 2020 but didn’t show up.
Confirming his refusal to honour the invitation, DSVRT coordinator, Mrs Tolulope Rodes-Vivour Adeniyi, said: “He initially promised to come on the appointed date, July 27, 2020. He didn’t come. When a call was put through to him, he responded that he wanted his lawyer to be there with him, but he did not show up.”
When a call was put through to the estranged husband for his reaction on the allegations of assault and battery, Lascatter refused to pick his calls. A message was sent to him via Whatsapp on the same contact, he responded that the case was pending before the Inspector General of Police’s table, adding that he would get justice on the matter.
He thereafter filed a fundamental rights suit through his counsel, Ebinmi Beredugo, before the Lagos High Court, asking the court to stop the police from arresting him.