The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) accused her of sidestepping examination following a bombed plastic medical procedure.
The litigant, alongside her center, MedContour Services Ltd, is confronting a five-tally charge verging on refusal to respect a summons.
FCCPC had in April fixed her medical clinic over doubts of criminal operations.
The arraignment asserted that without adequate reason, Adepoju neglected to show up before the FCCPC in spite of an April 15 summons.
It said she neglected to deliver required records in resistance of an April 14 notification of examination.
FCCPC affirmed that the respondent discouraged the commission from completing its examination.
The supposed offenses repudiate segments 11(1)(a), 33(1)(a), 110, 113(1)(a) and 159(4) of the FCCPC Act, 2018.
The respondent argued not blameworthy to all the tallies.
Protection counsel, Mrs Maria Jones, said she documented a primer complaint testing the court’s ward.
The investigator, FCCPC Director-General, Mr Babatunde Irukera, asked the court to excuse it.
Excusing the protest, Justice Mohammed Liman held that the court’s criminal ward is actuated by Section 251(f) of the 1999 Constitution.
He allowed the respondent abandon self-cognisance and suspended until July 9 for preliminary.