- Actress Chacha Eke Faani said that she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder
- Chacha made another video refuting rumours that she is a victim of domestic violence
- The mother of three promised to share some photos soon
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Nollywood actress Chacha Eke Faani has spoken out again after her outburst on social media about the end of her marriage to her husband Austin.
In a video she shared on her official Instagram page, the actress noted that she is not a victim of domestic violence contrary to the opinion of people.
According to her, doctors have diagnosed her of having bipolar disorder.
Mayo Clinic states that bipolar disorder, formerly called manic depression, is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings that include emotional highs and lows.
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Read what she said below:
"Five days ago, I made a video saying that my marriage to Austin Faani is over and that video came with a lot of backlash from people with many insinuating that it's a clear case of domestic violence. It's not. Austin has never laid his hands on me. Austin has never even raised his voice at me and God in heaven knows that's the truth."
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"I'm here at First Delta American hospital, Asaba, receiving treatment. Several psychiatrists have come to assess me mentally and I have been diagnosed of bipolar disorder. Bipolar is real. Here in Africa, we tend not to know about it due to ignorance or overlook it. I cannot tell you all how I've been feeling in these tiny videos that I've been making but I will, however, show you motion pictures soon."
Watch her speak below:
Legit.ng earlier reported that the actress' brother, Ikechukwu, spoke out over her recent outburst concerning her marriage.
According to him, his sister is quitting her marriage for something different and not as a result of violence.
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