It seems Tonto Dikeh’s ex husband, Olakunle Churchill, is right afterall. He has got a court order of Interim Injunction restraining Tonto Dikeh and Linda Ikeji TV from broadcasting the much-talked about reality show, King Tonto.
The order, which was obtained on Wednesday January 31, 2018 from a Lagos Magistrate Court, has halted Tonto from baring her life, that of her son, King Andre and anything on her crashed marriage to the public.
In January, Tonto Dikeh’s former husband, Olakunle Churchill has sued his ex wife and Nigerian blogger, Miss Linda Ikeji for featuring his son, King Andre in what he called “Adult movie”.
In his summon letter, he stated that he watched 1.00 second of the clip which showed Tonto’s blurred naked body where she stated she was going for a liposuction and he believes this is inappropriate for his minor son.
He also stated that Linda and Tonto are using his son in a reality show which is going to fetch them money but neither of them went into any formal agreement or sought his consent on this since he is the biological father of the young King Andre.
He also petitioned the court to either ban the reality show or make Linda and Tonto to edit anything about King Andre in the said reality show be it his face, picture or just mere mention of his name.
Churchill, in his petition, stated that Linda and Tonto are exploiting King Andre for financial gains without any agreement with him, the biological father of King.
Kemiashefonlovehaven reported in December 2017 how Tonto had decided to lay bare her life for all to see on a new reality show titled, “King Tonto.”
In the footage, Tonto strips stark naked whilst surrounded by a surgical team and is seen undergoing a breast and butt enlargement in a popular Lagos-based cosmetic surgery hospital.
In the trailer of the reality show which would have been aired on Linda Ikeji TV, Tonto talks about life as a single mum, life as an actress, her fears, her struggles and finance. Then, she lets us into her body—her breasts and boobs got a plastic surgery.