Actor Van Vicker is confident that the much-vaunted evidence of him having an affair with a married woman won’t stand the test of serious scrutiny.
The actor, who is at the centre of a controversy concerning an affair with his manager, Dr Clarice Ford-Kulah, insists that there is no basis for the allegation.
Earlier this week, Dr Bartum Kulah, who is based in Atlanta, Georgia, alleged on social media that Van Vicker is having “physical” and “emotional affair” with his wife, Dr Ford-Kulah.
He said, “My wife will deny the accusations and claim to be Van Vicker’s Manager and Business partner, that’s what she always says, it’s all a cover up, and I’ve caught them at a hotel twice”.
Dr Ford-Kulah in a statement released Monday rubbished the allegations as baseless. She said the allegations by her husband, Dr Bartum Kulah, are without merit.
According to her, her husband has security issues due to an accident that has completely interrupted his life. “He has been harassing all of my male friends, including pastors, ministers, and deacons for years and I chose to ignore.”
Reacting to the allegation in an interview with Hitz@1, Van Vicker, who is married with kids, said he has worked with Dr Ford-Kulah for more than four years and she is now like family to him.
“She is my manager and we have partnered on a number of projects in terms of movies and for me she has become more of a family than just a manager because I mean we go beyond just manager because she knows my family, she visits, she knows my sister, she knows my mum so she is more of a family than just a manager,” he explained.
Asked if he knew Dr Bartum Kulah, he said, “I don’t know him, well I met him once and that is it.”
Van Vicker denied ever getting intimate with his manager, stressing that, “I can tell you it is outright untrue and like she puts it, it was a nonsense allegation or nonsense accusation. For me, I can say clearly it is absolutely untrue.”
On threats by the man that he has pictures to back his claims that his wife is having an affair with the actor, Van dismissed any evidence as cooked and unsustainable.
“I do not have a problem whatever pictures or videos he’s got. He can put it out there. My only point will be these will be pictures or videos of my manager and I going to events or leaving events or she dropping me off at the hotel or picking me up or taking me to a restaurant. There will be nothing compromising,” he concluded.