- Ultimate Love star, Ebiteinye, has taken to social media with a narration of her experience at the hands of a thief in October 2020
- Ebiteinye narrated how the individual disguised as a church evangelist and made away with items worth thousands
- The lady said she was hospitalised for weeks after the traumatising experience and also couldn’t focus on an exam she wrote
Nigerian reality TV star, Ebiteinye Juliet Tony, recently took to her page on Instagram with a narration detailing her experience at the hands of a thief in her Port-Harcourt residence, back in October 2020.
The reality star said the individual showed up at her residence and introduced himself as a member of her church team who came for evangelism in the area and decided to check up on her.
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Ebiteinye said she allowed the individual into her home since her church actually does send people over for evangelism.
However, the reality star said on her way back from fetching some refreshments for the man, she overheard him making a phone call and hatching a plan to steal from her.
"So on going to get water and getting back I overheard him making a call that he's almost got me that I went to get water downstairs, that they will make money through me, probably he thought I came with a lot of money from the show which was a family love show, not as people thought, Meaning he came in Disguise of Church 2 kidnap me."
Ebiteinye said she took to her heels through the backdoor after hearing the man’s sinister plans.
In her absence, he stole an iPhone 11 pro-max, a laptop, expensive hair and money in her bag.
In her words:
"I escaped through the back door. He made away with d following items; My Laptop, My iPhone 11 promax, My Samsung Note 9, 5 of my hung Expensive Hairs, my wristwatches, Gold Necklace and money in my bag."
The reality star said when she tried to reach her number; the man said his action was to punish her for refusing his dating proposal. Ebiteinye said she had to be eventually hospitalised and could not talk for weeks.
She said a lot of people blamed her for letting a stranger into her home and even left him all alone in the house.
Her post was accompanied with pictures of the individual.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a viral video which captured the moment a Nigerian man was robbed in broad daylight.
The video showed a cutlass-wielding robber getting down from a bike and snatching a phone from the victim who was making a call. When the young man protested, the robber scared him with his cutlass and made away with his phone.