Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo, two Toronto sisters have been accused of extorting a Nigerian billionaire in a sex scandal for cash.
Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo two self described Kardashian look alike sisters from Toronto, Canada have been arrested after trying to extort a Nigerian billionaire.
The sisters who are now languishing in a Nigerian jail are accused of threatening Femi Otedola with blackmail after saying they would reveal the man was cheating on his wife if he didn’t pay them off.
Of note, Otedola, 54 is reported to be worth $1.8 billion, most of which he made in petroleum.
Along with their alleged extortion scheme, the Toronto based sisters are perhaps best known for their love of social media and posting images documenting their love of the high life, shopping sprees with Gucci and Versace bags (sound familiar…?) along with flaunting their ample cleavage, curvaceous derriers in string bikinis, low-cut cocktail dresses and of course pink latex bondage gear.
According to Politics Nigeria the sisters are also accused of running the website ‘Naijagistlive,’ which was used to ‘accuse several high-ranking men … of cheating and patronizing prostitutes.’
That website also alleges that the sisters are ‘high society prostitutes.’
But it gets better.
The sisters also stand accused of cyberbullying and previously targeting other wealthy businessmen and politicians over purported sexual indiscretions.
Notes Politics Nigeria: ‘They demanded money in order not to go public with the details. This was their ‘modus operandi”,’
‘It was also discovered that the girls recorded conversations and sex romps with their rich clients which comprise of politicians, club owners and businessmen.
‘After the acts, they approach their victims through a third party, threatening them to pay thousands of dollars or risk the release of the recordings/pictures/videos online through their website Naijagistlive.’
The sisters were arraigned in Yaba Magistrate Court on Friday and are scheduled to next appear on January 27.
Told Kristine Racicot of Global Affairs Canada: ‘Consular services are being provided to the Canadian citizens who have been detained in Lagos, Nigeria’.
The two sisters signed a confessional statement on Friday admitting to a number of the claims being made against them by Otedola and others.
In the confessional they signed the girls agree to leave the country after their trial.
They have both plead not guilty to the charges, which include the claims that the two ‘have been responsible for the humiliation and cyber-bullying of some 274 persons, mostly based in regions of Africa.’
At the time of their arrest the two allegedly had a laptop with a list of names they had blackmailed and videos of them having sex with high-ranking individuals. Indeed.