Deborah Seyram Adablah, the woman who made headlines for dragging First Atlantic Bank CFO, Mr. Ernest Kwasi Nimako, to court, has once again captured public attention. This time, she has left little to the imagination by sharing a semi-nude video of herself on TikTok.
In the viral video, Deborah flaunts her figure in a matching bra and panties, revealing her full flesh to her followers on the popular video-sharing platform. The video has sparked a flurry of attention from men who speculate that her attractive physique may be the reason behind Mr. Ernest Kwasi Nimako’s extravagant spending on her.
Some viewers even took to the comments section of the video to express their admiration and propose their affection for Deborah. However, amidst the buzz surrounding her provocative TikTok post, it’s crucial to remember the legal dispute that brought her into the spotlight. WATCH THE VIDEO [HERE]
Deborah Seyram Adablah, known as the “side chick” in this case, filed a lawsuit against her alleged lover, Ernest Kwasi Nimako, accusing him of failing to fulfill his obligations to support her financially. The lawsuit, filed on January 23, 2023, claimed that Mr. Nimako had promised to buy her a car, provide housing for three years, grant her a monthly stipend of GH3,000, divorce his wife to marry her, and offer a lump sum to start her own business.
According to the court documents, Mr. Nimako did purchase a Honda Civic for Deborah and registered it under his name. However, after using the car for about a year and paying for only one year of housing, he allegedly reneged on his promises. This led Deborah to take legal action against her sugar daddy and former employer, asserting breach of contract and seeking the court’s intervention to enforce the agreed-upon terms.
Deborah also claimed that her relationship with Mr. Nimako compromised her job security and alleged instances of abuse and sexual harassment that damaged her reputation. She even stated that she had declined a permanent employment opportunity due to her lover’s promise to leave his wife and marry her.
The lawsuit sheds light on a controversial aspect of relationships and highlights the consequences that can arise when promises made are not fulfilled. While the TikTok video has garnered attention for its sensuality, it’s essential to remember that it is just one facet of the ongoing legal battle between Deborah Seyram Adablah and Ernest Kwasi Nimako.