Ghana police report suggests actress wasn't assaulted by estranged husband
A spokesperson for the Ghana Police Service disclosed that Churchill withdrew a domestic violence case against the actress.
This is according to NET News in its reference to a report provided by the Ghana Police Service (GPS).
A police spokesperson who responded to a case of domestic violence between the couple during their stay in Ghana disclosed that Dikeh admitted to damaging her husband's property, also adding that she was the aggressor in the matter.
"On the 9th of June 2015, a Nigerian called Churchill Dunni…reported to this divisional headquarters that his fiancee then, called Tonto Charity Dikeh has called damage to his property in his house…
"We proceeded to the place and we found out that some many things in the house had been damaged by the lady. We inspected it as our procedure demands.
"We took her to the station, she admitted the offence," the policeman stated.
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This report is another twist to the ongoing marriage separation saga going on between Dikeh and Churchill.
The actress had been getting sympathies from her fans following some revelations she made in her interview with the Media Room Hub, but that may now be affected following new information.
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