My ex-husband robbed me of $2000 and 500 pounds – Afia Schwarzenegger

After causing drama at the Accra circuit court on the sex scandal tape, Afia Schwarzenegger has accused the husband for stealing her money amounting to $2000 and 500 pounds from her purse.

The Ghanaian Television host, Known in real life as Valentina Agyeiwaa, took to her Instagram page and indicated that, the theft report was not included in the court case presented by the police.

According to her, a representative from the criminal Investigative Department, Charles owusu Boateng, in the company of female police officers refused to give a concrete reportage at the court, as they saw in her house during a thorough search.

She went further stating that, her ex- husband, Abrokwa Lawrence, slashed the tyres of her BMW x6 Car, when he attacked her in her house with acid and knife.

The queen of comedy who felt justice hasn’t been served her at the court, called on Ghanaians and female lawyers to help fight for what is rightly hers.

According to her, charges leveled against her ex-husband left out the robbing case and other important cases that were supposed to be included.

It is recorded earlier that, Afia who appeared at the Accra Circuit court for her alleged sex scandal case to be ruled, created a scene with the husband, Lawrence Abrokwa, while waiting for their case to be heard.

Afia was seen allegedly insulting the ex-husband in the courtroom as Mr Abrokwah was asked to stay back at the courtroom.

The case between the two was however, adjourned to October 31, as the presiding judge was on leave.

Abrokwah however , is facing 5 charges including domestic violence  with emotional, verbal and psychological abuse, publication of obscene material, assault and threat of harm.

In a video that went viral on the social media, Abrokwah, was seen threatening to pour acid on the popular actress for cheating on him.

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