A female student of the University Of Cape Coast, Nana Abena Korkor Addo got the whole nation talking after she intentionally released videos of herself dancing naked on social media.

Many people slammed her for her actions and now outspoken movie producer Socrates Sarfo has added his voice to it, demanding for her arrest as according to him, what she has done is a crime according to law.

Speaking on Peace FM’s “Entertainment Review” Socrate stated that he initially sympathized with her when he first saw the videos thinking it was her enemies or opponent who released it to dent her image, but he felt very disappointed when KorKor herself came out through a separate video to admit she leaked the footages herself.

“According to classification regulations under the criminal code on publication of film or video, you can’t do pornography where you have explicit nudity. When you publish it, it’s criminal. So under the law, what the lady has done is criminal. It is different if her phone was stolen or missing or if she recorded it for her private use, she is safe but for her to come out and say that she published the videos herself, I think she should be arrested”, he explained.

“If I should tell you want I went through based on a film that I shot, when the same law was used against me...and I am just sitting here today with a similar or even more serious I’8ncident...I can’t believe this lady is walking freely after she came out to state categorically that she released the videos herself”, he added.

Meanwhile according to reports, head of Communications for the University Major Kofi Baah Bentum (rtd) disclosed in an interview with Starr FM that Nana Abena Korkor Addo left campus immediately after the videos came public and has since not returned.