- Winner of Ghana Next Super Model, Grace, has reportedly ran away from organisers abroad
- Grace was said to have left the apartment without the notice of the organisers
- She had gone to France for an event but had to run because she claims she was being treated unfairly
The winner of Ghana’s Next Super Model 2018, Grace, has reportedly eluded the organisers of the show upon touching down in France.
According to a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Fashionghana.com, Grace fled from the apartment in which she was lodging without prior knowledge of the organisers.
She had gone to France to participate in fashion shows, and also in other European countries.
However, after arriving in Paris late May, Grace escaped, as if she had her own different intention of travelling.
Telling how it happened, one of the organisers, Spark Zuta, narrated that the organisers had left for town and left Grace in the apartment they all shared.
However, they returned and found the door locked, and because they had no access to a spare key, they slept elsewhere.
The next day, they had to break into the apartment fearing for the safety of Grace only to discover that she had not been in the building.
Out of fear, the organisers reported the case to the Paris police.
The police reportedly accessed the CCTV camera footages and realised that Grace had actually run from the apartment.
Reacting to the issue, an associate of Grace revealed that the model had run away because she was not benefitting from the show.
She is said to be travelling with her own resources including paying for plane tickets.
Grace was said to have complained that she got not even a pesewa from all the shows and jobs she did for the organisers, therefore, she was no longer interested.
The report added that she had been seen having fun on social media recently.
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