Nollywood actress, Sarah Martins has reacted to the N500million lawsuit filed against her by May Edochie, the wife of her colleague, Yul Edochie.
On December 2022, May shared a photo of herself and her kids on Instagram, but Sarah edited the photo and included her husband Yul Edochie, his new wife Judy Austin, and their son in it.
In an interview with media personality, Daddy Freeze, Sarah also claimed that May failed in her duties to Yul as his wife, which made him fall in love with her friend, Judy.
KanyiDaily recalls that on Friday, May filed a N500m lawsuit against Sarah for defamation of character and public harassment.
May stated that Sarah had joined forces with Judy to intimate and harass her into filing for divorce from Yul, so she can be his legal wife.
She threatened to sue for N500m in damages, should Sarah refuse to accede to her demands which includes a public apology, full retraction of her statement, and an assurance that such false utterances will not be made in the future.
Reacting to the lawsuit via her Instagram story, Sarah shared a meme of a boy in deep thought. She captioned it with, “500m 🙆”.
She also shared stunning photos of herself as she described herself as a rare breed, stressing that people found it hard to understand her.
“You are a rare breed. They’re not supposed to understand you!,” she wrote.
KanyiDaily recalls that May Edochie had recently replied her husband, Yul Edochie who publicly apologized to her over his second marriage to Judy Austin.
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