- A Twitter user has shared the story of a woman who is suing 19 members of her husband’s family
- The woman is suing each one of them for libel and defamation of character
- She is also demanding an apology and payment of N5m from the individuals for damages
A lady identified as @tillytate20 on the microblogging platform, Twitter, recently shared the story of a Nigerian woman who is set to wage legal war against members of her husband’s family.
According to @tillytate20, the woman in question is suing 19 members of her husband’s family on the basis of libel and defamation of character.
The Twitter user also claimed that the woman has audio and video recordings of the said family members hurling abusive words at her.
"This woman is suing 19 of her husband's relatives for libel & defamation of character and she has voice recording & videos of them calling her slt/whre/ashawo/akwuna-kwuna, some in private, some in public," @tillytate20 tweet read in part.
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@tillytate20 also claimed that the woman is demanding an apology from her husband’s relatives and also asking them to pay the sum of N5m each.
In a different tweet, @tillytate20 said the woman’s lawyer told her that she might lose the family members but she maintained that she would rather keep them busy, and get them out of her business.
She said: "Her lawyers saying she might lose them but she said she wants to keep them busy for >3yrs so they can finally learn how to see mind their business."
See her tweets below:
The post generated mixed reactions from @tillytate20 followers.
Read what some of them had to say below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a wife who confronted a young lady believed to be her husband's side chic. In a clip that went viral on social media, the aggrieved wife was seen as she physically assaulted the side-chic while confronting her for sleeping with her husband.
The incident which occurred at a supermarket gathered several reactions from people who watched the clip.
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