Television Continental (TVC) presenter, Wale Fakile, was allegedly arrested for assaulting his girlfriend. Fakile, who present the programmes ‘Trends’ and the popular, ‘Question Time, was reported by Daily Post to have been arrested on Thursday after he left his girlfriend, identified only as Mandy with many bruises following an alleged brutal assault.
Mandy exposed her boyfriend, Wale Fakile on Facebook and he was arrested after a Facebook user received a distress message from her, according to reports. The post read:
“I am Mandy, my supposed boyfriend that works with TVC, beat me yesterday to stupor with bruises all over and he said there is nothing I can do about it bcos he is rich and works with TVC and am poor.”
Nevertheless, TVC presenter, Wale Fakile, has in a letter to Daily Post, explained what went on between him and his estranged girlfriend, Mandy Isaac, disclosing that their relationship has never seen any form of stability. He revealed that their relationship first ended in June 2015 but somehow, they came back together six months later.
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Explaining what happened between them that led to the incident, the journalist said he had complained severally about Mandy’s drinking habit but that she wouldn’t listen. He continued:
“Our last date was on Wednesday, May 16th, 2016 in my residence and in spite of Mandy telling me that she had stopped drinking, she requested for alcohol which I did not oblige her. However, I later found out that she had drank 2 cans of Vodka (picture below). I went out to withdraw some money and she stepped out too, after having taking possession of my phone.
“When I returned, she got back and accused me of talking to ladies and insisted she had to leave that night. I pleaded with her but she said she would leave and I gave her N2,000 as transport fare.
“In her semi-nude state, she flared up, demanded for N50,000 and called me unprintable names. Later, she went berserk and started destroying things in my house (See pictures below) before she started rolling herself on the floor.”
Mr. Fakile went on to disclaim the report that he was arrested. Hear him:
“I got a call the same night from a female police officer at Ketu Police Station (I was NEVER ARRESTED) who asked that I report at the station that night or the following morning.
“I could not go to the police station that night because it was already late (some minutes past 11:00pm) but I made sure that I got to the station as early as possible (8:00am). To my surprise, she never showed up even after my call at the station.”
The journalist, who described himself as a responsible man, noted that the report was aimed at tarnishing his image and that of his organization, TVC.
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