Saturday, 3 October 2015

Emeka Ike and his estranged wife spotted loved up at the cinema after bitter divorce row

Photo: Instagam

It appears the dust has settled over the on-going divorce battle between Nollywood actor Emeka Ike and his lovely wife after a rather ''telling'' photo of the couple all loved up surfaced.

Last July, Suzanne Rero Ike, the estranged wife of Nollywood actor Emeka Ike accused him of physically assaulting her, stating that this was the reason for her request for the dissolution of their marriage. Mrs also Ike also said that Emeka Ike took their four children away from her.
“It was when my husband beat me mercilessly that I believed people truly saw stars whenever they were unconscious,” Suzanne said in court. “It was my brother who took me to the hospital where I spent two months. There was also a day I was feeding our last child with tea, my husband, out of anger took the tea and poured it on my head.”
In his interview with Entertainment Rave magazine, Emeka Ike dismissed the domestic abuse question with a claim that he was not aware that his wife of 13 years had filed a suit against him. But on July 22nd, 2015, Emeka, having failed to show up for court hearing was represented by his lawyer, Abdul’Hakeem Labi-Lawal who pled that the marriage not be dissolved, saying Ike was only absent from court due to ill health.  Daily Post reported that Labi-Lawal asked for six months for Ike to make amends with his estranged wife.
However, yesterday, the couple was spotted at the Silverbird cinema in Lagos. According to Goldmyne, they were seen holding each other in a ‘loving’ embrace. This has now prompted the question of whether they are fully back as a couple or playing for the camera.
Photo: Goldmyne
Photo: Goldmyne


  1. I don't give a hoot.

    1. That's really harsh and insensitive. If she's really going through domestic violence then she needs help cos it's like a vicious cycle- they keep going back to their abuser thinking in their warped minds that its somehow their fault and the abuser needs and maybe they can 'fix' him up.

    2. It depends on if its nollywood drama or real life?