- Victoria Lebene has been caught in a lie over her suggestions of a honeymoon in Europe
- Lebene posted photos 'from Albania and Greece' of her supposed honeymoon
- But YEN.com.gh checks have revealed the photos were 'borrowed' from the internet
Ghanaian actress Victoria Lebene has put herself in deep disgrace after being caught lying about a supposed vacation she is having in Europe.
Lebene who married Peace FM's Eugene Osafo-Nkansah in a beach wedding on June 11, 2019, had suggested in recent social media posts that she was on vacation abroad.
The actress initially posted a photo with location set to Tirana in Albania captioning it "HOLIDAYS #countrytrips #longvacys"
The next day, Lebene came up with another beautiful photo suggesting that was the breakfast she woke up to in Rhode Island, Greece.
"Waking up to A DREAM ❤️," she captioned the photo.
The second photo's caption made many believe talk of a honeymoon in Greece with her husband and her followers including her colleagues Nikki Samonas and Regina Van Helvert who were bridesmaids for Lebene's wedding to express their happiness for her.
Other celebrities like Salma Mumin and Moesha Boduong also took to the post to comment.
But it looks like Lebene lied or intentionally fooled everybody with her posts as it has emerged that they regular photos on the internet and not her own moments as she had suggested.
Immediately after Lebene posted the second photo, gossip started on social media that the photo was genuine.
YEN.com.gh checks revealed the rumour to be true. The photo is all over the internet and it is almost a poster photo for tourism in the Greek destination of Santorini.
Just like the breakfast photo, the Albanian photo is also found all over the internet meaning Lebene also stole that one too.
This is not the first scandal to have hit Lebene since she got married. A few hours into her marriage, a photo of the actress with a protruding belly which circulated on social media led to rumours that she was getting married because of a pregnancy.
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