Nollywood actress, Moyo Lawal, has vowed to sue her ex-boyfriend who allegedly leaked video of her sex tape on the internet.
A video of the actress leaked on social media on Saturday and has since then generated different reactions from her fans and colleagues.
However, in her reaction to the leaked video, the thespian, who described the leak as a breach of privacy, threatened legal actions in a public statement shared on her official Instagram page on Sunday evening.
She noted that the video was not meant for public viewing.
She wrote, “A private video of mine from a while ago has been inappropriately shared without consent, violating my trust and privacy.
“I want to emphasize that this video done with my ex was never for public consumption, its unauthorized distribution is a breach of personal boundaries.
“This criminal breach of privacy will definitely be treated with legal action.”
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Lawal is not isolated in this trend as Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah’s nude video was also leaked by her estranged fiance, Josh Wade early 2023.
The actress started the New Year on a controversial note as Wade released private videos to bloggers.
Njamah had walked out of the relationship and raised the alarm that Wade threatened to release such videos.
He made good his threat in the early hours of 2023 by reportedly creating a WhatsApp group where he posted videos he took of the actress in her house.
This triggered a backlash on social media, with ladies warned to avoid falling prey to such.
She also revealed that she was being blackmailed to pay $450,000 by the man who had hijacked her main Instagram account.
“A guy that one couldn’t even call a human being came into my life under the pretense of wanting to marry me, I didn’t know that he had other motives and he came when I was very vulnerable, when I lost my friend, Ada Ameh. I have been speaking to this guy on phone for months, speaking to people I thought were his relatives, everything is just scam,” the actress stated, weeks before dragging him to court.