The two sisters and the Nigerians, who were taken before Chief Magistrate A.O. Ojo, on a four-count charge of blackmail, threat to kidnap and cyber-stalking, were said to be members of a syndicate which specialized in blackmailing and extorting money from prominent Nigerians.
Police in Laos, Nigeria, arrested sisters Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo earlier this month for their alleged roll in extorting and cyberbullying Femi Otedola, chairman of Forte Oil, as well as his wife, Nana, and daughter, who's famously known as DJ Cuppy.
'They demanded money in order not to go public with the details.
Otedola, 54, is worth a reported $1.8billion, most of which he made in petroleum. After learning the details, Otedola filed a complaint against the two women and they were taken into custody on December 23.
Politics Nigeria says the duo confessed to having slept with over 100 of the country's male elite using a slanderous website to destroy the reputation of several clients.
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He was charged with attempted murder, criminal possession of a weapon, reckless endangerment and menacing, police said. He had reportedly been en route to visiting family in Brooklyn when he was attacked in his red Maserati.
They've also been accused for the website NaijaGistLive, which was also used for the cyberbullying endeavors.
Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo are known Instagram models and have almost 50,000 followers on IG. They also reportedly apologized to Otedola.
The sisters, Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo are accused of trying to blackmail Otedola by claiming they had evidence of him cheating on his wife.
Global Affairs Canada, the government arm that handles consular issues, confirmed to BuzzFeed New that services are being provided to the Matharoos, who officially reside in Toronto, and confirmed that the sisters are presently detained in Lagos, Nigeria.