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Afia Schwarzenegger Adopts ‘New’ Strategy to Fight Critics After Court Banned Her {VIDEO}



Afia Schwarzenegger has come up with a fresh plan of attack for her detractors after receiving a two-year ban from social media fights.

The socialite was ordered by the Tema High Court to refrain from engaging in social media beefs, insults, and attacks for two years after being served with a defamation complaint by Chairman Wontumi, adding that “if she engages in a social media battle, she should be brought back.”

Maurice Ampaw, a private attorney, said earlier that Afia was also required to sign a bond of good behavior for another two years, and that failing to do so would result in a punishment from the court.

However, it seems that Afia Schwarzenegger’s uncontrollable nature has yet again demonstrated that the court was powerless to rein her in.

In the most recent development, the socialite was seen furiously bashing her critics on Tik Tok live, particularly those who were ecstatic about her legal troubles.

She used her house assistant Mary’s name to subtly lambaste and criticize them.

This comes after Cindy Cash, a well-known Wontumi TV presenter, said that Afia was having trouble paying the court’s GHC60,000 fine.

‘Stop bluffing. Stop thinking you have won because I am right here. This live video is to inform you that I am back. GHC65,000 is no money. Mary, you have lost. You wish that I would mention your name so you could trend but I won’t. Foolish woman, imbecile. You talk and bleat like a goat. You act like a dog. Mary, you look like a cow. Stupid woman. Villager. Mary, you sit on TV and discuss me, your boss this, your boss that because of some 500cedis pay cheque,” she stated.

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