- A Circuit Court has fixed February 15, 2018 as the new date for Afia Schwar's court case
- Lawrence Abrokwah is currently facing five charges in court
- He has however pleaded not guilty
An Accra Circuit Court has adjourned the case between Valentina Nana Agyeiwa, better known as Afia Schwarzenegger and Lawrence Abrokwah to Thursday, February 15, 2018.
Specific details are largely unknown, as the case was heard in chambers.
YEN.com.gh however understands that Abrokwah is currently facing five charges including two counts of domestic violence, threat to harm, assault and publication of obscene material.
He has however denied all the charges and was released on bail of GHc20,000 with three sureties.
This was after Afia Schwar had reported him to the police and accused him of recording and distributing a video of her without her permission.
The matter took a new twist following a decision by the prosecution, led by Chief Inspector Maxwell Oppong, to amend the charge sheet to include stealing, carrying an offensive weapon and causing unlawful damage.
Aside the previous charges, Afia Schwar has accused the defendant of breaking her bedside drawer and stealing an amount of $2,000.00, as well as 500 pounds.
According to Chief Inspector Oppong, Abrokwa who was living with Afia Schwarzenegger in her Dome Pillar 2 house in Accra, decided to pack out following recurrent disagreements.
The prosecution however added that Abrokwah later entered the house, after scaling over the wall.
Wielding a knife, and a bottle allegedly full of acid, he accosted Afia Schwar and forced her to confess on video that she was cheating on him.
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