Veteran cinematographer Clarence Peters and his crew have reportedly been released from the custody of the Lagos State Police Command.
Sometime last week the music video director was retained in custody by the police over the death of Picture Kodak, a video vixen at his studio. It was gathered that Kodak died due to electrocution while she charged her phone.
Mr Peters was held in custody despite the statement he gave until an autopsy was done to fully ascertain the cause of Kodak’s death.
According to MetroNews, the Nigerian cinematographer and other members of his crew have been granted bail and released to Sir Shina Peters, his father.
The crew were released after autopsy reports that the late video vixen died from electrocution.