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Maurice Ampaw Vows To Reopen Contempt Case Against Afia Schwarzenegger

Maurice Ampaw has disclosed that he will soon move a motion to get Afia Schwarzenegger back in court over her contempt case The celebrity lawyer believes the comedienne has not kept her bond to stay away from making public statements against Chairman Wontumi Maurice Ampaw disclosed the plan to return to court during an entertainment program that focused on vile social media commentaries. Celebrity lawyer Maurice Ampaw has announced plans to reopen the contempt case against controversial media personality Afia Schwarzenegger. Afia Schwarzenegger, real name Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, claimed she was once engaged in a sexual relationship of a sexual nature with NPP Ashanti Region chairman Bernard Antwi Boasiako, aka Chairman Wontumi. Chairman Wontumi declared the statement defamatory and went to court to clear his name and undo the damage done to his reputation. The NPP regional chairman prevailed because earlier this year, the court fined Afia Schwarzenegger GH60,000 on the grounds that her allegations put the politician in a bad light. He was also ordered to pay GH5,000 to Chairman Wontumi and sign a bond of good behavior for 36 months. Finally, the court told her to stay away from making pronouncements or comments on the case for 36 months. However, Maurice Ampaw, who represented Chairman Wontumi in the contempt case, says the controversial actress and media personality has flouted the demands of her 36-month bond. Speaking on a local language entertainment program via a Youtube channel, the lawyer said Afia had returned to social media and was misbehaving.

Source: TwinkleTag.com

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