US-based Nigerian dancer, Korra Obidi, took to social media to express her frustration about feeling trapped in her home after one of her daughters, June, accidentally appeared on her Instagram live session despite a court order prohibiting it.
Earlier this year, a court in California, United States of America, issued a court order that prohibited Korra and her estranged husband from posting any visuals of their children on social media. The former couple, who are parents to June Dean and Athena Dean, were forbidden from posting any videos, photos, or live-streams of their children or any content that features their children on social media until further notice, according to a court document dated January 19, 2022.
However, on Monday, Korra was on Instagram Live around her kitchen area when her daughter, who was asleep in the room, woke up unexpectedly and came to meet her. The video captured June as she approached, and when Korra noticed this, she was gripped with fear and quickly moved the camera away from June. Watch the video below,
In another Live video following the incident, the mother of two broke down in tears as she lamented her situation. She complained bitterly about feeling like a prisoner in her home and walking on eggshells ever since the court barred her from posting visuals of her children on social media. She reiterated that she’s fed up with the lingering child custody battle with her ex-husband, Justin, and also appreciated those who reached out to her after the incident. Watch her speak below,