Video director, Clarence Peters has been granted bail after he was arrested over the death of video vixen, Love Divine popularly called Kodak.
According to reports, the video director was granted an administrative bail four days after the police commenced investigations on the death of the dancer
After investigation conducted by the Lagos State Police which included a visit to the director’s home studio where she died and an autopsy conducted by the Lagos State government, it revealed that the dancer died from the effects of electric shock, Independent reports
It would be recalled that Peters was arrested by the police over the death of Kodak, a story he had debunked.
The police had in its statement said that Peters was going to remain in its detention pending the outcome of the autopsy.
Kodak was electrocuted while charging her phone at Peters’ residence.
Kodak was popular in the industry for working with Clarence in videos for acts like Burna Boy, Tekno, Davido, Olamide, and more.