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I’have a woman at home,I’m not single-Frederick Leonard warns online spouse

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I have a woman at home, I’m not single-Frederick Leonard warns online spouse

 

Frederick Leonard warns online spouse

 

Charismatic Nollywood actor, Frederick Leonard known also as the ‘Film Lord’ took to his verified Instagram handle to warn his fans, especially the female fans to be careful of impostors out there that use fake accounts to commit fraud.

 

The ‘Film Lord’ as he preferred to be called shared a flyer designed and printed by imposters which falsely stated that he has signed a deal with Netflix and would be recruiting people into Nollywood.

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Frederick stated in his caption that it is clearly the work of imposters and fraudsters. As a result, he washed his hands of some publications.

 

He went on to say that he is no longer single in order to deceive those who are easily duped by his imposters on the promise of marriage.

 

“Another FAKE DOCUMENT PREPARED BY AN IMPOSTER!

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“I HAVE NOT SIGNED ANY DEAL WITH NETFLIX.

 

“If and When That Happens, it will be Announced via My VERIFIED Social media Accounts with the BLUE TICK.

 

“BE CAREFUL OUT THERE!

 

“STOP INDULGING. I’M NOT LOOKING FOR AN ONLINE SPOUSE.

 

“I HAVE A WOMAN IN MY HOUSE IN LAGOS ALREADY.

 

“I AM NOT SINGLE!

 

“THANKS AND GOD BLESS ALL WELL MEANING FANS,” he wrote.

 

The graduate of Biochemistry has never looked back since making his debut in Indian Doctor, winning awards and laurels along the way.

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After nearly two decades in the entertainment industry, the Anambra State native has moved from acting to producing and then to an executive movie producer.

 

He told Vanguard Allure about the costs of stardom, how to stay relevant in the fiercely competitive movie industry, and his thoughts on the institution of marriage.