In a plot twist that could rival any daytime soap opera, Deborah Seyram Adablah, self-proclaimed sidechick extraordinaire, who suffered a legal blow when an Accra High Court tossed out her case against sugar daddy Ernest Kwasi Nimako has vowed to appeal.
The court, displaying a flair for dramatic rulings, declared that Adablah’s case failed to prove a cause of action, leaving her legal ambitions in the dust.
The legal battle, reminiscent of a courtroom drama series, saw lawyers for Nimako, donned in their metaphorical legal capes from the prestigious Kulendi@Law, arguing that Adablah’s case was as weak as a sugar-free cup of tea. They contended that the alleged contract she sought to enforce, if it existed at all, was as illegal as a pirated copy of a blockbuster movie.
The court, apparently subscribing to the school of thought that legal proceedings should be as entertaining as possible, wholeheartedly agreed with Nimako’s legal eagles, stating that Adablah failed to raise any substantive issues in her suit. The decision was reportedly accompanied by a mic drop sound effect for added courtroom flair.
Undeterred by the legal beatdown, Adablah has vowed to stage a sequel to her legal saga. In a statement that could easily be mistaken for a movie teaser, she confidently announced, “My lawyer will apply for the ruling and apply the LAW accordingly – The case is NOT OVER!”
In the midst of this legal drama, Adablah took a moment to throw some shade at media outlets, with UTV finding itself in the crosshairs of her discontent. In a TikTok post that could rival a celebrity feud, she warned, “Hey UTV managers or whatever you are called, be very careful of how you use my name and pictures for your lies.” The post ended with a veiled threat, suggesting that UTV might want to reconsider its storytelling methods unless they want to be hit with a lawsuit that could rival a Hollywood blockbuster budget.