Nigerian Student Arrested for Impregnating 4 Female Police Officers in US? Fact Emerges

Nigerian Student Arrested for Impregnating 4 Female Police Officers in US? Fact Emerges

  • The story of a Nigerian international student, Jamil Ezebuike, impregnating four female police officers in the United States has been discovered to be false
  • A US-based content creator, DNVlogsLife TV, debunked the story using evidence from Google images
  • The evidence from Google showed that the image of the alleged Nigerian was a man arrested during Martin Luther King Day parade in 2003 journalist Adekunle Dada has over 5 years of experience covering metro and government policy

New Jersey, United States - Fresh facts have emerged about an alleged Nigerian student, Jamil Ezebuike, who was reportedly arrested for impregnating four female police officers in New Jersey, United States.

According to an American-based content creator, DNVlogsLife TV, Google's shreds of evidence proved that the story is fake and has no resemblance of truth in it.

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Fact emerges as reports claim Nigerian student arrested for impregnating 4 policewomen in the US
Fact emerges as reports claim Nigerian student impregn*tes 4 policewomen in the US Photo Credit: David McNew/Getty Images
Source: UGC

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Fact-checking the photos

A Google image check on the supposed Nigerian, Ezekiel, was a photo of an American man arrested following a peaceful Martin Luther King Day parade on January 20, 2003, in Los Angeles, California.

He is not a Nigerian, his arrest had nothing to do with pregnancy and he was arrested in Los Angeles, California not in New Jersey as the report claimed.

The photo images of the pregnant police officers also revealed that the policewomen have no connection with the arrested man in Los Angeles, California.

The police officer in a grey top, Lyndi Trischler, was pregnant in 2014 and became popular after she filed a federal complaint against the city, North Kentucky, saying the department illegally discriminated against her.

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The second police officer is Jennifer Olivas, a patrol cop with the Marfa Police Department.

She was pregnant in 2019, hence has no connection with the report.

The third woman is a widow, who lost her husband, a police officer, Allen Jacobs in 2016.

The widow, Meghan did a photoshoot while pregnant with other police officers in South Carolina.


Running the photos on Google showed that the persons have no connection with the alleged incident of a Nigerian student impregnating four policewomen.

The story was also picked from a TikTok video of an unverified source.

The above pieces of evidence prove that the story is false and should be disregarded.

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According to US Attorney’s office, Mark Totten, the Attorney for the Western District of Michigan, disclosed this on Sunday, August 13.

The two Nigerians were indicted by a Lagos court in May 2023


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Adekunle Dada (Politics and Current Affairs Editor) Adekunle Dada is a journalist with over 5 years of working experience in the media. He has worked with PM News, The Sun and Within Nigeria before joining as a Politics/Current Affairs Editor. He holds a B.Sc. in Mass Communication from Lagos State University (LASU). He can be reached via