Nollywood actress Tonto Dike dragged her ex boyfriend Prince Kpokpogri to the police department accusing him of blackmail, extortion and threat to life. A relationship that didn’t last up to three months ended. According to this, it was reported that Prince Kpokpogri was arrested by the Department of State Services.
The actress tagged her ex boyfriend a serial blackmailer after he threatened to leak her nudes on all social media platforms and also said that he borrowed 8m from her but only refunded 6m back to her but has refused to pay back the remaining 2million naira.
Prince Kpokpogri went online few days back to debunk all the allegations, claiming that they were all false and also said that he was never arrested by the Police Department like Tonto Dike said.
He has dragged his ex lover to a Federal high court in Abuja as he seeks for his fundamental human rights. In the suit filled on September 22, he asked the court for a restraining order to stop the DSS from further inviting him and has asked for 10billion naira from DSS and Tonto Dike for the emotional stress and mental trauma they caused him.
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