Phyna, the winner of Big Brother Naija, found herself in a legal predicament after being invited by the Nigeria Police.
The invitation stemmed from allegations that she failed to return a wig she had rented, leading to a dispute with a hair dealer who accused her of non-compliance with the rental agreement.
The Controversial Wig Rental:
Phyna faced criticism earlier for allegedly keeping a wig past its rental period, a claim she initially denied. However, a recent video shared on social media revealed that she had indeed rented the wig.
Despite assertions of returning the wig after the controversy arose, the hair vendor disputed her claims.
The disagreement escalated as Phyna argued that the harm caused by the hair dealer outweighed the financial aspect of the wig.
In response to the accusations, she decided to retain the wig, further fueling the conflict between her and the hair dealer.
The situation took a legal turn when Phyna’s younger sister informed her of unexpected visitors at her home, comprising two policemen, the hairstylist, and an unidentified woman.
The police officers delivered an official letter, formally inviting Phyna to the police station. The letter, signed by the DPO Nigeria Police Ogudu, specified the nature of the invitation.
Phyna’s Response and Next Steps:
Upon receiving the police invitation, Phyna expressed concern and uncertainty about the situation. She shared details of the letter, highlighting her intent to investigate the matter further.
The letter, addressed to her with her home details, requested her presence at the police station in response to the ongoing dispute.
In this unfolding saga, Phyna finds herself entangled in a legal process that adds a new layer of complexity to the already contentious wig controversy.
The involvement of law enforcement raises questions about the resolution of the dispute and the potential legal consequences for the reality show winner.