Kumawood actress Ellen White has finally spilled the beans over the reports that she dated Emelia Brobbey’s husband.
Over a year ago, the budding actress had been labeled as husband snatcher after reports went viral that she was the reason Dr. Adu Boateng broke up with Emelia.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix.net, Ellen stated that she never had anything to do with the breakup of the couple's marriage.
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She disclosed that the whole brouhaha was planned by a group of unknown people just to shame her in the public space for reasons best known to them which she is still not aware of.
The ‘Fault’ movie actress and producer stressed that the only time she had any sort of interaction with Emelia’s ex-husband was when her producer, Baba, went to him to seek for sponsorship for one of the projects they were working on.
The movie producer also added that this was not the first time she has had this kind of trouble.
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According to her, a similar thing happened not long ago in Paris when she had gone there to work on a new project.
Ellen stated that a woman she did not know had decided to hire a blogger to tarnish her image and mar the image of the project she was working on.
Ellen, therefore, stated that she could not and will never snatch or sleep with Emelia's ex-husband as those ‘fake’ pictures tried to portray.
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YEN.com.gh had previously reported how Emelia opened up on what caused a scar she carries on her chin.
She told the backstory of the scar, which got many of her fans guessing for years.
She said that she got the scar in a terrible bus accident at Apedwa.
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