Actress, Mbong Amata, has finally surfaced after her ex-husband claimed she's missing and she hasn't reached out to her daughter for months.
Mbong posted new videos on Sunday night, June 27, to address her husband's claims.
Speaking about her daughter, Mbong said her relationship with her daughter is perfect and no one could ever love her daughter the way she does. She added that Jeta has restricted her access to her daughter by deciding when to allow her be a parent to her daughter, so she decided she wouldn't continue sitting on the fence as a parent unless she's allowed to be a full parent.
She added that Jeta fought her "to a standstill" to gain full custody of their daughter then went as far as getting their daughter to call another woman, who has a child for him, her "mum".
She said he has done things to spite and manipulate her and she hates bringing her personal business to the public but it's been going on for years and she needed to address it because he brought her daughter into it.
As for staying away from social media, Mbong, whose last social media post was in January, said she regularly takes a social media detox.
Recall that filmmaker, Jeta Amata, had taken to Instagram at the start of June to express worry for his ex-wife, Mbong Amata. He said no one knows where she is and she hasn't reached out to their daughter in months and the girl is worried. He then got their daughter to do a video asking for her mum.
When his nephew asked him to stop washing his dirty linens in public, he hit back at his nephew, then went on to put up other posts, claiming Mbong's mother tried to kidnap his daughter.
He also slammed Mbong's family, called them "winch", said her mother didn't do a good job at raising her own daughters and wants to destroy his daughter in the same way.
He added that he needs Mbong to surface and sign the divorce papers. He further stated that even if he wants to get back with her, he could never because of the kind of family she's from and because, according to him, Isoko men never go back else it ends in instant death.
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