Thursday, May 31 2012
While testifying, she told court how she gave David Greenhalgh all corners of her body making him experience O's that he hadn't witnessed in fifty years. It was then that he asked her to leave prostitution and become a house wife.
Bad Black added that the Daveshan account was opened for Greenhalgh to wire the dollars as it could raise suspicion if all of it was put on a personal account. ''The Daveshan account was a love account.''
'Bad Black denied that the Daveshan account was for business. 'We opened it because David said the money he wanted to send me was too much to be authorized on a personal account.'' Black said.
Bad Black came to Kampala in 2009 having been a prostitute for close to five years in Kawempe. She met Greenhalgh on Speke road and it was from there that they kicked off with all forms sex that ranged from "anal, oral and vaginal."
She was then asked if she ever refused to engage in some of the acts, she said that she wanted David's money so she had to do all that.
Bad Black denied knowing Meddie. She said that she only knew him as a broker and a celebrity. She added that the breast implant was funded by the money on the Daveshan account and she was yet to do a butt implant as those were David's favourite spots on African girls.
Black also revealed how police officers took over Shs100m from her so that they do not forwarding her file to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) or not to jail her whenever she reported to police.
How she used the money
Bad Black posted on her wall at the end of the court session that she was now feeling so happy. She will be in court tomorrow (Friday).
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