Thursday, 22 June 2017

Samuel Eto'o Closes Drama Chapter With Ex Nathalie Koah, And Apologizes To Her ... FINALLY!

Wow It looks like the LONG Samuel Eto'o and Nathalie Koah drama is finally closing its curtains after three years of international noise making.

The striker regrets his every action, and says he over reacted.

This apology comes in after Fally Ipupa who is said to have been the cause of the high level split between the ex couple told the public in an interview in Yaounde that he and Miss Koah had never gone beyond ordinary friendship.

Talking to BBC in a recent interview, Cameroon's international striker said that he got angry 'very angry', but not today, and thinks 'he shouldn't have humiliated her the way he did'.
Samuel Eto'o Closes Drama Chapter With Ex Nathalie Koah, And Apologizes To Her ... FINALLY!
In December 2014, the judges of the Yaounde Court of First Instance insisted that Samuel Eto'o should be present during the hearing of the case that Nathalie Koah filed against him for sharing her nude photos online. Samuel did not attend any of the hearings, but instead went ahead to also file a complain against his then concubine, for duping him of 200 Million Francs CFA, and stealing his 20 000 USD Rolex watch.

Eto'o used his financial muscles, to obtain an amicable settlement, but Nathalie later went ahead to narrate her own side of the story in her book 'Revenge Porn' that Eto'o dribbled the court's jury to ban from publication and commercialization, because according to him, it was and intrusion into his personal life.

The drama turned out favourable for Nathalie, who quickly used the opportunity to mount the podium of stardom that she is swimming in today. She is in a VERY HEALTHY relationship, that has been cemented by the birth of a little sweet little Angel Beverly Nayla.

Eto'o on his part got married to his one time 'Miss Ivory Coast' partner of nine years in 2016, and the couple just celebrated their 1st anniversary last week.

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