- Media personality Uti Nwachukwu has been accused of rape by a Nigerian lady
- The lady penned a lengthy narration on Twitter detailing her experience with Nwachukwu
- According to her, the incidence happened in 2017 and she has been nurturing the hurt ever since
Popular media personality, Uti Nwachukwu, has become the latest male celebrity to be accused of sexual abuse by a Nigerian lady on social media. The accuser identified as Kambili Korie on Twitter penned a lengthy narration that detailed her experience with Nwachukwu.
Korie in her post claimed that the incident happened way back in 2017. She claimed they became casual friends after meeting at a men’s cloth store where she worked as an apprentice.
The lady narrated how she had never imagined Nwachuwkwu was capable of abuse. According to Korie, after they met he expressed interest in her particularly because she was dark-skinned.
Korie noted that the presenter had a lover identified as Angela at the time, and for that reason, she waved off his advances at her because his girlfriend was a nice person.
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See tweets below:
After being turned down, Korie claimed that Nwachukwu asked if they could be friends and she jumped at the idea particularly because of his celebrity status.
Korie maintained that even when she went out with him, she made it crystal clear that there could only be friendship between them.
However, Nwachuwku started asking her to pay a visit and when Korie said she could not, he offered to visit her instead.
More tweets below:
Korie claimed that Nwachuwku’s visit became constant and the day he allegedly raped her, she was the only one in the house.
See the rest of her tweets below:
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In related sexual abuse story, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady came out on Twitter to accuse singer, Dbanj, of molesting her. The lady narrated how Dbanj entered her room without permission and proceeded to touch her inappropriately.
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