- Nollywood actress, Chacha Eke, recently got people talking after she shared a strange video on social media about her marriage being over
- The actress later came out to say that her husband, Austin, was not guilty of domestic violence and that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder
- Chacha’s colleague, Victoria Inyama, reacted to the development, stating that she did not believe her claims of being bipolar
- According to Inyama, years of abuse would typically make a person think they are crazy
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Veteran Nollywood actress, Victoria Inyama, recently took to social media to react to her colleague, Chacha Eke’s plight.
Chacha Eke had recently claimed on social media that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and that her husband, Austin, was not guilty of domestic violence after she had made a strange video to state that her marriage to him was over.
In reaction to the development, Inyama said she did not agree with Eke’s claim that she was bipolar. According to her, people who had experienced years of abuse usually felt they were the crazy one.
“'Women who are/have experiencing domestic violence/abuse are at a higher risk of experiencing a range of mental health conditions, PTSD/depression/thought s of suicide......
In situations of DV, a victim crying out is often followed by remorse and apology (psychologically kidnapped).....
I don't agree with this bipolar talk, i am not afraid to speak out and there's more to this.”
Inyama then went ahead to beg Chacha to remember that her children need her to stay alive and sane for them.
See her full post below:
Legit.ng had earlier reported that Chacha Eke's brother, Ikechukwu, shared more details about his sister's rocky marriage as he also claimed that she was not bipolar.
Ikechukwu said Chacha had not had access to her phone for about five days and she was not the one who posted the viral video.
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