An Accra High Court has issued a writ of summons to Black Stars’ striker and Captain Asamoah Gyan to appear before the court of law, 8 days after receiving the writ.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw filed the law suit – number GJ/26/2016 against Asamoah Gyan for having undignified sexual relations with the plaintiff, Sarah Kwablah, a 22-year University student.
NKONKONSA.COM has intercepted a copy of the official writ Lawyer Ampaw has filed against Asamoah Gyan. A check by the site however, indicates that Gyan has not yet been served the writ.
a. A declaration that defendant (Asamoah Gyan) on the 13th day of February, 2015 did have natural and unnatural sex with plaintiff (Sarah Kwablah) without her consent.
b. A declaration that defendant has violated her dignity as a woman by having anal sex with plaintiff without her consent.
c. General damages against defendant for violating the sexual right of plaintiff by sexually abusing her without her consent.
d. General damages against defendant for violating the dignity of plaintiff by having anal sex with plaintiff without her consent.
e. General damages against defendant for breach of confidence for leaking the sex videos of plaintiff without justification.
f. Any other orders that the court may deem fit.
g. Cost including the legal fees.
The strongly worded writ emphasized – “You are hereby commanded that within eight days after service of this writ on you inclusive of the day of service you do cause an appearance to be entered for you. And take notice that in default of your so doing, judgment may be given in your absence without further notice to you.”
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