- Actress Khareema Aguiar has reportedly been dragged to court for a large amount she owes a friend
- The amount is GHC71,000 according to court documents seen by YEN.com.gh
- The actress was said to have borrowed that amount from a friend with a promise to pay back
- It is past three years and the friend has to resort to the court for her money as Khareema is said to be telling one story after the other and refusing to pay
Ghanaian actress Khareema Aguiar is wanted in court for reportedly refusing to pay an amount she owes a friend.
She was said to have borrowed GHC50,000 from the friend in 2016 with the promise of paying back but she has failed to do so three years on.
The amount is said to have escalated to GHC71,000 as it has accrued interest over the past three years.
This was gathered by YEN.com.gh in a report by Ghanacelebrities.com.
This friend who lent the huge sum to Khareema has said she does not want her name mentioned for now.
She reportedly narrated how the actress took the said amount in the name of paying medical bills of her child, and others.
The friend added that when it got to the time for Aguiar to pay, she started telling one story after another.
She lamented that the actress’ behaviour has destroyed their relationship, and she has regretted giving her the money in the first place.
The report indicated that Khareema had not borrowed the money for medical bills, but rather to show off on social media.
The friend has thus sued Khareema in court so she could get her money back.
A notice from the court has also been pasted on the walls of Khareema’s house.
According to the report, the actress has run to Canada where she is hiding because she cannot raise money to pay that debt.
YEN.com.gh is following up on this and will update readers when fresh information come in.
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