Zari cancels deal with Ugandan hotel after they leaked her raunchy photos

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On Wed, 19 Oct, 2022 13:46 | 2 mins read
Zari cancels deal with Ugandan hotel after they leaked her raunchy photos
Zari Hassan and her lover Shakib Cham Lutaaya having a good time at Divine Resort and Spa. PHOTOS/Courtesy.

Zari Hassan has announced the termination of a deal with Divine Resort and Spa after raunchy photos she took at the facility were leaked.

The Ugandan socialite was seen in a series of viral photos with her younger lover Shakib Cham Lutaaya kissing and cuddling amorously in a swimming pool.

Shakib grabs Zari's booty. PHOTO/Courtesy
Shakib and Zari enjoy quality time together in a swimming pool. PHOTO/Courtesy.
Shakib kisses Zari's booty. PHOTO/Courtesy.

Contract terminated

Zari announced she had terminated a contract with Divine Resort and Spa after the raunchy photos went viral on social media.

The 42-year-old mother of five through her management 8Trakk Group accused the Ugandan hotel of sharing the photos in breach of their contract.

"8Trakk Group terminates the agreement with the Divine Resort and Spa signed on 17th October 2022 due to the photographer breaching one of the clauses:

"Photos and Videos to be used will need to be approved by Zari".

"The photographer has posted photos of Zari before approval.

"Zari will henceforth no longer be bound by the contract and will not be tagging Divine Resort and Spa on any of her social media posts," The management said in part in a statement.

Zari further directed the management of Divine Resort and Spa to delete all photos including those ones sent to bloggers failure to which she will take legal action and seek compensation.

"Divine Resort and Spa will also not be permitted to use Zari's photos on their pages/websites. The photographer from Divine Resort and Spa will delete all photos of Zari on their system as well as any photos they may send to other bloggers. Failure to adhere to the above will require the team to proceed with legal action and compensation," the statement read.

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