Nollywood actress Empress Njamah has put up a post online disclaiming a post about her being engaged.
She stated that her earlier post about being engaged was made by someone who illegally has access to her verified social media pages.
The screen diva, in a video on her business page, narrated her painful ordeal with a man who is trying to blackmail her.
According to her, the scammer hacked her social media pages, gained access to her phone, and is blackmailing her to pay him $450,000, claiming he loaned her money.
While sharing pictures of her blackmailer, Empress stated that the previous post about her being engaged was untrue. She added that she was forced to make that video under duress.
She therefore called on the Nigerian police to assist in tracking and identifying her blackmailer because her life is at risk.
In the caption of the video, she wrote:
“I would like to bring to the notice of the general public that my account @empressnjamah has been hacked and is susceptible to scams. Please refrain from contacting or dealing with this IG account as I have no access to it at this moment.
The previous posts about being engaged are false! Kindly disregard the post because it was made by an unscrupulous element from Liberia whose aim is to taint my image. 😔 In the guise of being My fiancé
That video was made under duress. The scammer gained access to the IG account as well as my phone, contacts, Email, Bank account and has my car, international passport and other valuables.
I’m being blackmailed to pay $450,000 🤦 ♀️Claiming he loaned me the ... money… Please beware of such dubious individuals who present themselves as genuine with good intent but underneath are “the devil,” whose aim is solely to ruin, dupe, and inflict harm on anyone they come into contact with.
He also mentioned that he is involved with a couple of celebrities, either through business dealings or personal relationships. However, I have made some investigations to confirm this claim as well as background checks on the information he provided regarding prior dealings, and all were false. Please be conscious about who you deal with, either for business purposes or for relationships. Some people are out to dupe you. Sadly, I am a victim.
I have contacted the appropriate security agencies to assist in tracking and identifying this person, as well as providing information where necessary to assist in apprehending him because my life is at risk.
Please be safe out there. Please reach me via my business page @realhouseofempress (this is the only avenue to reach me) and I’M NOT ENGAGED. Fortunately, I’m still alive after a series of beatings and torture,” Empress Njamah captioned the video she posted detailing what really happened.
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