'My Wife Is A Lesbian, I Can't Continue' - Man Tells Court
He has had enough and claims he is not ready to die for his estranged love who is now in love with other women.
They have been married for 7 years, but Augustine Anyia, is no longer ready to tag along in a marriage.
“I see all sorts of pictures of naked women with my wife sent to my phone by her friends and informing me about their acts of lesbianism and asking me to stay away from her,’’ he told a court where he had approached with his wife, Nneka, seeking a divorce.
Augustine is a businessman and he told the court he had married his wife on his return from the United States.
Their marriage had produced 2 children, but the man who resides at No. 11/13, Kolawole Adekunle Street in Ajah area of Lagos State, wants the Agege Customary Court to end it.
He alleged that his wife is a lesbian and her activities with other women is resulting in a threat to his life.
Giving his testimony in the court on Wednesday, he said: “My wife is quarrelsome and quick to violence, especially when she demands for money or anything and l don’t respond to her on time”.
The petitioner told the court that he married the respondent after six months of courtship.
“There has been no peace of mind in this marriage: She is a party freak and does not have any iota of respect for me.
“Whenever we have any misunderstanding, she always threatens to kill me.
“The stress is unbearable; there is no longer peace of mind in this loveless marriage,” he said.
The petitioner also alleged that his wife reported him at a police station and when he was summoned, the respondent demanded to be paid off by her husband as she was fed up with the marriage.
“My wife demanded for a sum of 5 million Naira, a car, 100,000 Naira monthly allowance for the children and to be responsible for the children’s school fees.
“l agreed to these and I gave her all that she requested for,” he said.
She moved out of the house sometimes in October 2016 and had refused me access to the children till date. He also prayed the court to grant him access to his two children.
The respondent was, however, not present during the proceedings.
The court’s President, Philip Williams, adjourned the case till June 22.