Khloe Abiri, the reality TV star, says she was suicidal after her nude photos surfaced on social media.

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In 2020, pictures had emerged online showing the former BBNaija housemate naked on a plastic surgeon’s table.

But in a chat with Temisan Ahwieh, TV host, the reality star said the controversy was after she had surgery to fix her physique.

She claimed that the naked photo was taken while she was still unconscious.

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Khloe also said she attempted to commit suicide by drinking Dettol which knocked her “out for 24 hours” before a certain Alex broke her door and rushed her to the hospital.

“I always say to people you can post anything. But I never want to see my naked picture on the internet,” she said.

“I don’t know how the picture got out. But it took me out. I was suicidal. I was dead for almost 24 hours. Thanks to Alex who broke my door down and dragged me to the hospital. I drank Dettol and soap washer. I was ready to go.

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“I was like, ‘if my mum sees this, it’s over.’ I was gone. I woke up and saw Dremo, Anso, Ale, and everybody. The picture was taken after my surgery when I was still unconscious in the hospital. I did my body.

“I’d never added weight. I was always size four. I researched to see how I could add weight. I started mixing vitamins together. I added weight and got addicted. My butt jutted out but I didn’t inject any fat.

“I had my hip and filled the down part. I had to remove the fat from my tummy. I wasn’t a stomach fan.”

Khloe also spoke of how she battled depression for one year after her 2018 exit from the BBNaija reality TV show.

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“I was depressed. I felt like the whole world was against me. Now, when people smile and hug me, as they leave, I know it’s fake love. BBNaija exposed me to so many bullies and insults. Those things really killed me,” she said.

“I won’t lie. I’m still not over it. Things keep coming. The surgery picture really broke me. It took me out of this world to somewhere I still haven’t come back from. I’m in oblivion.”



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