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Actress Tonto Dikeh in an exclusive interview with PLUS TV Africa has cleared the air on the misconception of Mr X.
Prior to the time she got married to her estranged husband, Olakunle Churchill, she was always flaunting expensive gifts from a certain Mr X.
After keeping fans guessing for months, she unveiled Olakunle Churchill as the Mr X.
Well, she has claimed otherwise and explained why she chose to lie about his identity back then.
“Churchill never added any value to my life, I didn’t gain money marrying him, I lost money marrying him, lost money feeding him, clothing him so there is no gain , his not is not worthy to even elevate me in the society cos even the image he thinks he has, I gave it to him, nobody knew who he was until i married him.
He begged me to put him there as Mr X because he wasn’t Mr X, I was so stupid. These were signs I should have seen. A full grown man begging me to reveal u as someone you weren’t.
He came into my life just about the time i was breaking up with Mr X and cos the Internet had never met Mr X, he begged to it him be revealed as that. Mr X was a year, two years ago before him.
The gifts, diamond necklace and wristwatches, phones….were gifts from Mr X, the man i dated before. Every other gift after february 13th when i met churchill were gifts from myself.
A key figure in a major operation to grow “incredibly potent skunk” in drugs farms dotted around the UK has been ordered to hand over his profits from the lucrative plot.
Investigators believe Peter Snape, locked up for five years and five months for his role in the enterprise, holds just over £60,000 in cash and assets.
The Fazakerley criminal has now been ordered to pay £60,412.37 to the authorities – or face a longer sentence.
Snape was identified as a leading player in a gang that oversaw drug production at farmhouses in Wales and Staffordshire and at a property on Formosa Way, Fazakerley.
The largest site linked to the operation – Tower House Farm in South Staffordshire – produced 44kg of what was described as “incredibly potent skunk” across nine modified rooms.
At a bungalow in mid-Wales the group stole £33,000 worth of electricity to help grow cannabis in four rooms.
Snape and an associate helped lead the plot, which saw cannabis worth £1.2mi grown over six months, through a series of clandestine meetings in gyms and cafes in Liverpool.
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They were said to have been working under gang ringleader Mr X – later revealed to be Gary Rimmer , of Upton Rocks Avenue in Widnes.
Last May, then aged 49, Rimmer was jailed for nine years for conspiracy to produce cannabis.
When police raided the homes of gang members after they found evidence of “a lifestyle bought with drug money”.
Expensive cars, watches and designer clothing were found along with £30,000 in cash.
The latest development in the case comes after a confiscation order was sought by the North West Regional Crime Unit’s Asset Recovery Team.
Snape, of Montrovia Crescent , now has three months to pay the money or will face an 18 months extension to his sentence, handed to him after he admitted conspiracy to produce a controlled substance.
Detective Sergeant Donna Pearson said: “Snape may have benefited from his role in the drug conspiracy, but he now has to repay all of that.
“This is the latest of nine other Proceeds of Crime Act confiscation orders that have already been made in relation to this operation, which have to date identified a total combined benefit of £480,322.88 and combined available amount of £77,391.98.
“Even if a criminal has squandered their ill-gotten gains and currently has insufficient assets to pay back to society their full benefit from crime, we are committed to ensuring that any such individual who acquires assets at any time in future will be subject of a confiscation revisit.
“Any new assets will be considered as items that can be realised in order to pay off what amounts to an outstanding debt to society and the matter taken back before the crown court.
“As always we will leave no stone unturned until this group repay the full £480,322.88 that they made from their criminal enterprise.”
Actress Tonto Dikeh has given a reveal-all interview to Daddy Freeze to clear the air on her broken marriage to Olakunle Churchill.
The interview is her chance to lay bare her relationship with the separated father of her son, who is mentioned in her chat.
It begins with her admitting to starting a new but “celibate” relationship with someone from whom she is separated by both “religion” and “ocean.”
The interview proper begins with her telling how she met Churchill: at a club after her relationship with “Mr X” broke up.
Mr X remains unnamed, just a moniker she gave to the unmentioned man because it wasn’t certain where the relationship was headed.
Prompted by a comment from Daddy Freeze about Churchill being calm, Tonto said her ex’s calm is the only thing that impressed her.
“That’s the only I’m impressed, because he is a good liar. He’s very calm and calculating, like a demon, he does not need to shout,” Tonto said.
“He’s like, ‘I’m just going to sit down and mess you up. I’ll say this in the press, I know that you will react like a mad person.’ That’s the only place I’m impressed, because he gets his shit together somehow. But I am here to bust it.”
And with that she revealed sheaf of papers–documents, receipts to back up the claims and counterclaims that have rocked her marriage to Churchill.