“Tonto Dikeh Pulled A Gun On Her Husband”– Ghanaian Police Reveals More Shocking Details (Watch)



More shocking details are emerging as the last has not been heard of the messy saga surrounding the separation between Nigerian actress, Tonto Dikeh and her man, Dr. Olakunle Churchill as a Ghanaian policeman has revealed one of the violent outbursts of the actress and mother of one on her husband.

Recall that Tonto Dikeh had in the past couple of weeks made allegations against her estranged husband as she claimed he had infected her with STDs adding that the gifts she flaunted on her social media page were bought by her in order to help him promote his brand.

The actress recently granted a Tell All interview in which she further alleged that she was sexually abused during her 17-months- marriage to the philanthropist adding that she has more proof to confirm that he had extra-matital affairs with his Personal Assistant and Actress, Rosaline Meurer.

In a new video which surfaced online published by Asempa News in Ghana, a policeman identified as Supt. Joseph Oppong, a Crime Officer at the Madina Divisional Police was seen reading a statement which was allegedly written by the actress’ estranged husband during one of their fights in Ghana.

The policeman while reading the statement noted that the police department received a call from Churchill’s Trasaaco estate in Ghana and upon response to the distress call found out that Tonto Dikeh had in rage pulled a gun on her husband and destroyed things in the house in rage.

Oppong while reading the statement noted that the actress during her rage had claimed her husband, Olakunle Churchill was cheating.

Oppong further revealed that the actress upon their arrival had destroyed properties worth $15,000 adding that the policemen had to restrain her from destroying more properties.

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