- A former Church of England priest, Philip Clements, married to a gay model, Florin Marin, is dead
- On his death, the former clergy left for his husband a £150,000 estate, £2,000 monthly widower's pension and a house worth £100,000
- Late Clements was 54 years older than his younger husband was mourned by his lover for two days as he is eager to get to spend his inheritance
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Philip Clements, an 81-year-old ex-clergyman, married to a 27-year-old Romanian lover, Florin Marin, died lonely in a Bucharest hospital on May 31.
Clements was a former vicar of Church of England, died lonely in a hospital that was closed to visitors because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Marin who is 54 years younger than his husband said though he was distraught after Clements died but he thinks that two days of grieving is enough for his lover as he would not want him to be unhappy for too long.
After two days of mourning, Marin is expected to enjoy £150,000 which he will get from a life insurance policy, a £100,000 house that was earlier bought in his name by the former vicar before he dies, and a £2,000 monthly widower's pension that he is expected to collect as long as he lives.
The young gay model revealed that Clements fell sick during the coronavirus lockdown and he was unable to visit his doctor in the UK due to movement restriction. This made him run low on his medicines.
Marin revealed further that the elderly Clements refused to go to a hospital for many days after falling ill. He later developed a fever, became disoriented at which point he took him to the hospital.
Clements was later transferred to the cardiac ward where he later went into a coma, placed on life support but he never came out alive as he eventually passed away on May 31.
Marin on his husband's death said: "I am 27 years old and I’m not challenged. He was my husband and this is my right. My darling people, it is not my fault that left me with this money."
In another report, Nana Ama McBrown has narrated her journey into acting and shown the exact movie scene that was the first video she starred in before rising to become a celebrity.
The renowned Kumawood actress made many breathtaking revelations about her getting into acting in an interview conducted on GhOne TV and sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to McBrown, she never actually imagined getting into acting until one afternoon when she heard an actor called Kwame Owusu Ansah (late) speaking on radio and providing guidance to anyone interested in the career.
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