- Fast-rising Nollywood actress, Queeneth Hilbert, has been issued a suspension by the Actors Guild of Nigeria following an investigation
- In a statement signed by the AGN secretary, Hilbert's services have also been withdrawn from all movie sets
- This comes after several producers complained about the actress, accusing her of breaching contracts
It appears Queeneth Hilbert will be taking a forced break from film acting following her suspension by the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) over misconducts.
According to a report by Premium Times, her suspension was based on preliminary investigations conducted on several complaints received from producers and marketers for breach of contract.
AGN’s chief press secretary, Bartholomew Aguugo, stated that Hilbert's services have also been withdrawn from movie sets.
Ejezie Rolla, AGN president, was quoted as saying in the statement:
“Following our preliminary investigations into a series of petitions received from producers/marketers which borders on your gross professional misconduct, this letter constitutes official notice of your indefinite suspension from the Actors Guild of Nigeria and film productions in accordance to our constitutional provision."
Queen who began her acting career in 2012 has been accused of several things including; breach of contract, abandoning of film sets without permission, gross negligence of production timing and protocols.
The Lebanese/Nigerian actress was also alleged to have been involved in the collection of artiste fee without showing up for the production, refusal to refund fees collected after disappointment among other complaints.
Legit.ng has since reached out to the actress for her comment on the matter but is yet to receive a response.
In a similar report by Legit.ng, controversial Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing Sunday and colleague Adams Kehinde aka Lege were 'handsomely rewarded' days after trading ugly words on social media over Baba Ijesha’s molestation issue.
The two movie stars have been sent packing until further notice from the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners of Nigeria (TAMPAN).
This was made known in a statement signed by an executive of the association and fellow movie star, Damola Olatunji.
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