The police said she pulled a gun, she replied with verbal fire.

Tonto Dikeh has denied that she was violent to the Ghanaian police or that she pulled a gun during a fight with her husband, Olakunle Oladunni.

Nollywood Actress Tonto Dikeh, in an Instagram post said:

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This was her reply to the Ghanaian Crime Officer who claimed she pulled out a gun during a fight with her husband, and claimed that she was violent towards the police officers.

The actress claimed that while on holiday in their home in Ghana, her estranged husband beat her up, and tore her clothes till she was naked

A Ghana-based radio station, Joy News is suggesting that her account of events may be false.

A video interview with the police officer in charge of the case tells a different story.

Reading from the case file, the policeman said, "On the 9th of June 2015, a Nigerian called Churchill Dunni…reported to this divisional headquarters that his fiancee then, called Tonto Charity Dikeh has caused damage to his property in his house…

"We proceeded to the place and we found out that some many things in the house had been damaged by the lady. We inspected it as our procedure demands. We took her to the station, she admitted the offence."