Comedian AY Petitions Delta State Police Over Defamatory Allegations From Agozi Comedy

Facebook User Accuses AY of Extramarital Affair, Prompting Legal Action and Strong Denial

Renowned comedian AY Makun has officially filed a petition with the Delta State Police Command following damaging allegations made against him by Facebook user Agozi Samuel. The petition addresses false and baseless statements made in a 4.32-second video published on Saturday, January 20, with AY asserting that these claims could incite annoyance, insult, enmity, hatred, public outrage, and unnecessary anxiety for his family, exposing him to public ridicule.

In the video, Agozi accused AY of engaging in an extramarital affair with May Edochie, the wife of actor Yul Edochie, suggesting that this alleged affair led to the breakdown of the celebrity couple’s marriage. Furthermore, Agozi claimed that AY’s second daughter is not his biological child but that of his security man.

AY vehemently denies these charges, labeling them as “false, untrue, and unsubstantiated.” The comedian’s legal team has urged the Delta State Police Command to swiftly investigate and apprehend Agozi, citing evidence of defamation, cyberstalking, and cyberbullying.

Agozi, in the video, directly addressed AY, accusing him of planning to marry May Edochie and asserting that AY played a role in the separation of Yul Edochie and May.

The legal action taken by AY marks a significant response to the potentially damaging accusations, emphasizing the seriousness with which the comedian is addressing the matter. The Delta State Police Command is now expected to conduct a thorough investigation into the claims, as both parties await further developments in this unfolding controversy.

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