- A Nigerian budding actress on Facebook has called out a certain movie director
- She says the director nearly exploited her sexually in one of his auditions
- The lady named Adaeze warned other young actresses to beware of the man and his so called auditions
A lady on Facebook identified as Princess Adaeze Emejuru has called out a movie director Tyrone DotEt, saying that she was nearly harassed by him at an audition.
According to Adaeze, she was almost sexually exploited by Tyrone at one of his auditions he hosted in Abuja.
She further warned other young actresses not to go for any audition hosted by Tyrone, saying it's a way for him to lure innocent girls.
See her post below:
She wrote: "It is a moral burden on me to do this!
Ladies if you live in Abuja,
Do not attend this audition! For you risk being a pawn in his sexual antics.
But I warn anybody going for this man's "audition" to know he is a psychopath !
The address I blurted is not an office , but his house !
The same "office" that was supposedly rented as a studio where the talk show he almost wanted to ruin my life for was to be shot !
I don't know how many girls he has deceived and taken advantage of, but I am only lucky to have escaped his stupid pranks and antics !
The story is a long harrowing one of betrayal and near sexual exploitation, but you see this person that calls himself Tyrone, i owe myself a duty to expose him bits by bits..
This is even more painful because some one I trusted introduced me to this monster and now he wants me to let go because this monster is his boss!"
NAIJ.com had earlier reported that an NGO, Jose Foundation, has made a move to address the rising cases of child exploitation in Nigeria.
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NAIJ.com gathered that the foundation has partnered with experts based in the United Kingdom to launch a book on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). It also aims for members of the public to understand the consequences of CSE especially with reference with experiences from Rotherham in the UK.
The book is titled Child Sexual Exploitation After Rotherham, Understanding the Consequences and Recommendations for Practice, and it was launched recently at the Kingston University, London.
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