VIDEO: Miss Ghana Scandal | Security Guard at the Miss Ghana House Narrates How Inna Patty’s Mother-Assaulted Miss Ghana 2013 Winner- Guiseppine Baafi

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Inna Patty
Inna Patty

Inna Patty and her Exclusive Events have refuted claims that Inna Patty’s mother recently went to the official residence of Miss Ghana, where the winner- Guiseppine Baafi was staying at the time to physical assault her over the winner’s refusal to sign a new unfavourable contract that was presented to her.

Inna Patty was on Peace Fm’s Entertainment Review show on Saturday throwing out words that, her mother did not in anyway assault Guiseppine Baafi and only asked her to enter her car so she could drive the winner to her mother’s house, considering the fact that she had resigned as the 2013 Miss Ghana.

Inna Patty accepted on radio that, the security guard of the house was present at the scene—and GhanaCelebrities.Com has exclusively obtained a video recording showing the security guard narrating what actually happened on that day.

We are told the incident took place close to mid night—and from what the security guard is saying, Inna Patty’s mother truly assaulted the Miss Ghana winner, another blow to the integrity of the pageant. The assault turned into a big FIGHT which saw many things in the house being vandalised—specifically, we are told a fridge was pushed down.

Watch the video below….


Still, Inna Patty and her Exclusive Events Ghana have not apologized for any of these things…

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