The Chrisland school girl saga lingers on and just recently, news made round that the girl deleted her social media account and tendered an apology on social media.
According to PUNCH, the father of the girl in the said video has now come out to hint that the apology was from a fake account.
The Father averred that his daughter hasn’t touched the phone or been on the internet since the controversial video went viral and the account (likee) has been deleted but people still found a way to create a fake account with her identity.
In his words;
“My daughter has never touched the phone for the past two weeks. She has never touched anything Internet; those accounts are fake and we have deleted them as of Friday, 87 fake accounts.
“Can a 10-year-old girl delete social media? This child has never touched anything Internet or phone. She doesn’t have an account on (Likee). The account was closed as soon as we found out. These people (school) hid this thing for the past one month, we found out and raise the alarm.
“We are surprised that they started going to pick a child’s picture; like a child will stay in the house and snap a picture and start posting it, so we closed the account.
The earlier reported news reads,
The alleged 10-year-old Chrisland schoolgirl involved in the explicit incident with a male student during a school competition in Dubai has deleted all videos of her on her Likee social media app and has apologized as well.
The young lady was earlier suspended from the school after it was alleged that she was raped by senior students — the incident garnered varying reactions as the school stated denied the allegations that the child was raped under their care and took her for a pregnancy test without her parents’ knowledge or consent.
A video of the explicit incident between the students in Dubai then went viral on social media and had netizens’ tongues wagging as they argued about the actions of the children.
The video also drew attention to the schoolgirl’s Likee social media account where she has thousands of followers and posts videos many considered “inappropriate” for her age.
After her suspension from school for engaging in sexual misconduct with a male student, the young girl took to her Likee account to apologize for her bad behaviour before deleting the videos on her account.
She wrote: “I made a mistake, now I’m living with the consequences. I regret it, I really do. And I’m sorry.”
She also took to her TikTok account where she also has thousands of followers to tender an apology.
She added: “Don’t let your past dictate who you are, but let it be a lesson that strengthens the person you’ll become.”