Tonto Dikeh, the Nollywood actress, has called out Prince Kpokpogri, her estranged lover, over allegations of extortion and blackmail, while claiming that he has videos of intimate moments with the other women he dated.
The controversial film star and the politician have continued to engage in a heated war of words on social media platforms since their relationship turned sour.
They had both accused each other of cheating, with a series of leaked audios surfacing online to back their claims.
Tonto Dikeh had earlier filed a petition where she detailed her allegations against the politician while rumours also surfaced that Kpokpogri was arrested by the Department of State Services (DSS) over the controversy — but he denied it.
In a lengthy Instagram post on Thursday, Dikeh shared what she claimed to be the audio of a chat between Kpokpogri and a lady who she called Merit.
In the audio, Kpokpogri was allegedly portrayed as a man with multiple sexual relationships with women while dating Dikeh.
“After listening to these leaked voice notes between Joseph Egbri (fake name Prince Kpokpogri) and Merit, I called my relationship off with a man I honestly did love,” Dikeh wrote, explaining why she parted ways with Kpokpogri.
“Now this is not enough for blackmail and lies but it’s all good and great.
“Respectfully, all we are asking is, ‘come answer to the law for your illegal recording and release of my private moments (a crime) that happened months back before I actually respectfully ended this relationship
“…extortion (a crime), blackmail (a crime) amongst other things alleged about you.”
Dikeh also alleged that Kpokpogri had similarly recorded his intimate moments with Usiwo Orezinena Jane, a dancer and social media figure better known as Jane Mena, long before she (Dikeh) had called off her relationship with him.
The actress charged the politician to face the consequences of his actions and make himself available for adjudication.
“This may be a good time to say, Janemena, this man has so much of your sex tapes with him in his possession (old and very recent). Not just you but a lot of other married women, celebrities, and single girls too,” Dikeh wrote.
“If he hasn’t blackmailed any of you yet, it’s a matter of time!
“My darling Joseph Egbri, it will only be fair enough you allow the law operates. If these are made-up allegations you need not fear, for a clean heart fear nothing. I’m not hurt, not mad, just done. I wish you would too.
“You can’t be the one blackmailing me, releasing my private chat with friends, bugging my phone, and still be the one in trauma. Wish you all the very best. But you need to stop running and face the consequences of your actions.”
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