Following the on-going controversy trailing actress Tonto Dikeh’s marriage crash, her husband, Oladunni Churchill, over the weekend accused her of domestic violence.

He stated that the actress’ violent behaviour has cost him close to 66 million Naira.

Churchill, who spoke in an interview with the Media Room Hub made clarifications concerning earlier claims by Dikeh who alleged that her husband assaulted her and their son, King.

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Tonto Dikeh, on the other hand, is unfazed.

She shared a passage from the Bible on Instagram this morning, March 20, 2017, saying ‘she fears no evil’.

👑 #Happyneweeklovers

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The passage was quoted from the Psalms of David. Psalm 23 to be precise.

She also shared a funny video yesterday of herself trying out the Snap Chat filters to her fans and followers.

Then she shared photos of herself dancing in a hotel lobby.

When the blessings of the lord is upon your life, you will dance like David danced!!,” she accompanied the photos.

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Meanwhile, her estranged husband revealed it is almost impossible to pacify the actress whenever she begins her aggressive behaviour.

He also provided a video evidence to refute claims made by the actress who alleged that her husband inflicted injuries on her body.

The clip revealed a heap of mess that followed one of the tantrums thrown by Dikeh who left her husband’s house in ruins.

Scenes of broken glass and blood-stained floor were captured in the video, all which have contrasted the actress’ account of Churchill’s abusive behaviour.

Churchill’s claim confirms an earlier statement given by a Ghana Police Service (GPS) officer who revealed that Dikeh made a confession about destroying her husband’s belongings.




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