- Janemena petitions Tonto Dikeh for defamation
- Demands 500 million naira as compensation for damages
Ekohotblog reports that popular Instagram dancer, Usiwo Orezimena Jane, popularly known as Janemena, has sued actress Tonto Dikeh for libel and criminal defamation of character, demands 500 million naira as compensation for damages.
Ekohotblog recalls that in the heat of the social media spat between Tonte Dike and her ex-husband, Prince Kpokogiri the actress had alleged that Janemena was involved in a romantic relationship with Prince Kpokpogiri and he was said to have her nudes and sex tape.
Reacting to the accusation through a petition from her solicitors; Rockson Igelige, of Felix, Igelige & Associates which was written to the inspector general of police, Tonto’s accusation was said to have caused the dancer trauma and embarrassment with respect to her status as a married woman.
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An excerpt of the petition reads:
“These malicious publications by Tonto and in the context in which it was made, was understood by Janemena to mean the following amongst other things: Jane Mena who is a married woman had and is still having an amorous or sexual relationship with Prince Kpokpogri (referred to in the publications as Joseph Egbri) who is not Jane Mena’s husband. 2. Jane Mena is cheating on her lawful husband. 3. Jane Mena has s*x tapes. 4. Janemena distributes sx tapes. 5. Janemena’s sx tapes (old and very recent ones) are in possession of PRINCE KPOKPOGRI (Joseph Egbri) with which he will use to blackmail our client any moment from now.”
Tonto Dikeh was also given an ultimatum to retract her statement and tender an unreserved apology to Janemena for the damage caused while also paying 500 million naira as compensation.
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