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I Blame Counselor Lutterodt's Wife For Her Husband's Obnoxious Character - Yvonne Nelson   
 
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11-Feb-2019  
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Renowned Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, wants the spouse of controversial Counselor George Lutterodt to bring her husband to order.

The screen goddess expressed disappointment in the Counselor’s wife for not reining in her husband and allowing him to embarrass and mudsling people in the entertainment industry, all the name of expressing his opinion.

Last year, Yvonne Nelson took a legal action against the Counselor for labeling her daughter as "kwasiaba" - to wit a bastard, which she didn't take lightly to and called on him to apologize or face her in court.

The Counselor rendered an apology to the actress and her family, and though she claims to have forgiven him; she however, blames the wife for not offering proper counsel to her husband.

I don’t like people who are all about negativity all because they want trend or to make people laugh. Some things are just not funny", she stressed.

Sending a strong word to Counselor Lutterodt's wife, Yvonne Nelson told Abeiku Aggrey 'Santana', host of UTV's "ATUU" Entertainment programme that the woman is one flesh with the husband and if she indeed talks to him, it would have reflected in his character.

His wife is in the house and not telling him anything. You have a husband. You’re a part of…You’re all one. I blame everybody in his family. His wife, his family members; you don’t do that. You do not do that. It is unacceptable,” she stated.



 
 
Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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