YEN.com.gh has learnt that Ghanaian radio show host, TV actress and comedianne, Afia Schwarzenegger has dragged her estranged husband, Lawrence Abrokwah to the authorities.
According to reports, Afia, born Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, reported Lawrence Abrokwah to the Achimota Police Station.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported on how a video, which is said to have been taken by Lawrence and purportedly showed the controversial celebrity in bed with another man leaked onto social media.
When the reports first broke, Afia insisted that the issue was just a sham by bloggers to tarnish her image, but as more details have been released into the public, she has changed her tune.
Equally controversial lawyer, Maurice Ampaw reportedly aided Afia Schwarzenegger in reporting her husband to the police.
"Afia reported the husband Abrokwah to the Achimota Police station that the husband has threatened her life – so the husband was invited by the police. It was at that point that the husband called me to come to his defence."
"So I went to Achimota police station. The husband showed the scandalous sexual video to the police and showed me a copy", he is quoted to have said by some online sources.
Currently, YEN.com.gh has learnt that the charges leveled against Lawrence Abrokwah by Afia Schwarzenegger include;
1. Circulation of obscene material
2. Threat of Harm.
Lawrence is to be sent to the Domestic Violence Court today, Friday September 8th.
Meanwhile, an audio which details how the househelp of Afia Schwarzenegger reported her activities to her estranged husband has leaked onto social media.
Many Ghanaians have called for the immediate arrest and persecution of the said househelp over her actions.
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