A man assaults Yvonne Nelson at a birthday occasion, find out how she used to be in the end rescued from the unlucky incident over the weekend.
A Nigerian man whose identify was once given as Elvis Eze has physically assaulted Ghanaian filmmaker Yvonne Nelson due to the fact she didn’t supply him a hug, news-ONE has gathered.
Elvis Eze, it appears bent on unleashing violence on the actress, chased her to her auto, fiercely pushed her head as though he was once inviting her to a wrestling in shape and used to be heard screaming at her and utilising very abusive adjectives together with ‘who the f*ck do you think you might be?’
The well timed intervention of eyewitnesses was what rescued the worried actress from the physical assaults she was receiving from the incensed male grownup who was poised to humiliate his hapless feminine prey.
The strange incident occurred within the presence of a few eyewitnesses Saturday night during the birthday party of actress Ingrid Alabi in Accra.
The case was stated to the East Legon Police but Elvis, also known as Elvis casino, used to be still evading arrest as at press time Sunday.
Stories say Elvis was once one of the a couple of persons invited to Ingrid’s celebration, where he met Yvonne Nelson as good as other celebrities including Eddie Nartey, Van Vicker, Nikki Samonas, Jasmine Baroudi, Khareema Aguiar, KOD and Ghana film Awards boss Fred Nuamah.
Elvis was mentioned to have joined Yvonne to take photos with Ingrid and some others but after the pix, he requested a hug from Yvonne however she declined.
This infuriated him and he started assaulting her verbally earlier than chasing her as much as her vehicle when she was once leaving the occasion grounds.
Elvis, while going after the actress, used to be overhead yelling on high of his voice at that moment, “who are you? Who the f*ck do you consider you’re? Who do you believe you’re?”
Yvonne Nelson said the incident to the East Legon Police and a workforce used to be sent to contact Ingrid Alabi to guide find Elvis.
On attaining the house Elvis was speculated to be staying, occupants said he was now not residence.
An elderly man, who recognized himself as proprietor of the condominium, however took the contacts of the police group and promised to supply Elvis Sunday noon after church.