-Counselor Lutterodt has responded to some claims made by TV icon, Afia Schwarzenegger about his family
-The marriage counselor said even though his wife was rich, he still took it upon himself to take care of his family
-Afia Schwar had alleged that the counselor was noted for begging to be able to feed his family
Outspoken marriage counselor, Counselor George Lutterodt has finally commented on some ‘wild’ allegations against him made by TV icon, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, known widely by the name, Afia Schwarzenegger.
In response to the claims made by the award-winning journalist, Counselor Lutterodt vehemently refuted the claims and said there was no truth in what Afia Schwar said.
He went on to reveal that even though his wife was well-to-do, he took it upon himself to be the sole breadwinner for his family.
Contrary to the claims made by Afia Schwar a couple of days ago, the Rambo-styled marriage counselor said that he did not resort to begging to be able to feed his family.
Counselor Lutterodt added that even though his wife was rich, he was richer and saw it as his sole responsibility to cater for his family.
Not too long ago, Afia Schwar attacked Counselor Lutterodt for wading into her family life.
Afia Schwar alleged that Counselor Lutterodt was fond of begging from some public figures including popular man of God, Isaac Owusu Bempah, to be able to feed his family.
She also alleged that the wife of the controversial marriage counselor gave him money to pay her bride price.
Afia Schwar made these nasty revelations via her Instagram account, after Counselor Lutterodt made some comments concerning the TV host's marriage to Mr. Lawrence Abrokwah.
Counselor Lutterodt is reported to have said that Afia Schwar was desperate to get a father figure for her children which led her to marry Abrokwah.
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