Serwaa Amihere apologizes for her leaked sex tape

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Serwaa Amihere has finally opened up on her leaked sex tape, nearly four weeks since she went viral for the wrong reasons. The GHOne presenter went viral after a video of her in an intimate position with Henry Fritz was leaked on the internet.

Serwaa Amihere remained silent before later dragging Henry Fritz and two others to court. Her employer, GHOne released a statement acknowledging the incident and promised to carry out an internal investigation.

However, Serwaa Amihere has now openly accepted that the video was hers and apologized for “the embarrassment, disappointment, and frustration” the video has caused. She said at the time the video was recorded, 5 years ago, she had “considerably underestimated the extent” of her influence and potential.

According to Serwaa Amihere’s statement, the video was leaked after 5 months of “threats and extortion”. She said she involved the “police to bring the extortionists to book”. The journalist also admitted that the leaked video “has severely embarrassed” her and her family, friends, employers and brands that she represents.

She concluded by saying she has learnt “useful lessons for the future”.

Read the full statement by Serwaa Amihere

On April 2, 2024, someone posted an intimate video of me on the internet. This came almost 5 months after threats and extortion, along with efforts by the police to bring the extortionists to book.

The video (which was made 5 years ago) has severely embarrassed me, my family and my loved ones. It has also exposed my employers, and the businesses and brands I represent to embarrassment.

Additionally, the video has been a source of frustration to all who have been my support, inspiration, and encouragement throughout my journey in the media.

At the time, 5 years ago, I considerably underestimated the extent of my influence, my potentials, what I would become, and what I would come to represent to this society.

Sincerely, I say sorry for the embarrassment, disappointment, and frustration which this matter has caused to my family and loved ones, to the distinguished businesses and brands I represent, and to you.

In all, I have learnt deeply useful lessons for the future.

Thank you.

~ Serwaa Amihere

April 24, 2024, Accra.

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