Maxwell Mensah, Nana Ama Mcbrown’s husband, is charged with assaulting the famous actress whenever the two of them get into a violent argument.
In a viral clip that has since become popular on social media, an insider is heard ‘exposing’ what really goes on inside Mcbrown’s home, despite their admirable exterior appearances.
According to the insider, Mcbrown’s spouse is a habitual batterer of women who abuses the actress whenever she provokes him.
He also claimed that Maxwell was to blame for Mcbrown’s second arm wound.
When Nana Ama McBrown recovered from an arm procedure a few years ago, she returned to Ghana.
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In order to travel to Germany for surgery to correct a fault in one of her arms, the actress who was at the time the host of United Showbiz on UTV took time off from her profession.
“I slipped and shattered the same hand last year. Doctors in Ghana have done their best, but I’ve seen that it hasn’t healed as I had hoped, so I made a plan to travel whenever I have a break to treat it,” she wrote in her article.
The guy speaking in the leaked recording also claimed that Mcbrown was just a side girl who Maxwell was forced to marry while knowing full well that he is a notorious womanizer.
He went on to say that Nana Ama was constantly being mistreated by her husband, who he characterized as a major drug user who not only used marijuana but also occasionally sniffed cocaine.
According to the man in the tape, Nana Ama McBrown stole him from another woman even though she was aware of his aggressive behavior and still decided to marry him.
Check out the audio clip below:
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