Hon. Yvonne Nelson Hires Lawyer To Tackle Blogger Attacking Daughter

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By My Joy Online

Ghallywood actress and movie producer Yvonne Nelson has vowed she will do all it takes to protect her daughter, Ryn, from people who say unpleasant things about her.

The actress endured intense controversy for getting pregnant for her UK photographer boyfriend, Jamie Roberts, and eventually giving birth to a baby girl.

Many social media commentators and some mainstream media commentators questioned the rationale behind her decision to give birth before getting married and why she chose her photographer boyfriend.

But hanging out with the 2018 Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB) contestants on Tuesday, the award-winning actress indicated that she is personally unfazed by news stories that put her in a bad light.

She stated, however, that she will not take it lightly with people who try to involve her daughter in those stories.

I don’t really care about negative stories. I think I’m used to it. People just want to sell their newspapers and whatever, so you just leave them but if you talk about my baby, I will come for you.”

She narrated an instance where she took on someone – whose identity she did not to disclose – for making some “unpleasant” comments about her baby.

“Like the recent one that happened: I don’t want to mention his name but he was talking about the baby,” she told the ladies.

“He kept making very weird comments about her and the last one I just felt it was too much so my lawyer wrote to him and he retracted and apologized.”

She explained that the name of her daughter is a combination of the initials of her boyfriend and her own names – Robert and Yvonne Nelson (RYN) – and that she wants her daughter to have her parents’ names with her wherever she goes.

4 thoughts on “Hon. Yvonne Nelson Hires Lawyer To Tackle Blogger Attacking Daughter

  1. Since hiring a lawyer to write to the blogger caused him to publish a retraction, it is worth the effort. However, the act of writing some negative comment about the baby is some weird attempt at getting the baby’s mother to personally notice the writer. Indeed it is a veriation of the village boys style when they admire a girl but for some reason are too timid to approach her, they simply stand somewhere and when she passes by ensure they make some comment that is sure to annoy her, and when she reacts, beat up the girl.
    There is absolutely no excuse to write about somebody whose lifestyle does you no harm and certainly there is no excuse to write about an innocent child who is not even aware such writer exists and by no stretch of imagination could be considered as having offended anyone.

  2. She is damned lucky to be living in Ghana; were she living in certain societies, she would have been treated with slight regard, including imprisonment for having had a child under seeming circumstances.

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