Rosy Meuer, the new wife of Businessman and ex-husband of actress Tonto Dike has denied claims that she is responsible for the crisis that ended their marriage.
Recall that after the failed marriage between Tonto and her now estranged husband Olakunle Churchill hit the rocks, the actress in the course of an interview accused Rosy of sleeping with Churchill.
Rosy in a video she posted on her Instagram page said what she was accused of has now become her reality and fate.
Speaking further, she said;
”After his marriage crisis and after he got divorced, I was still there. I never left. Why will accusations and people talking make me leave? Leave to where? I never left. I never abandoned him. Obviously he was a different person. Not much fun, not the normal fun bobly Mr Churchill that we used to play with and used to know. He was just off, devastated, broken, frustrated. His mind was never there. You could tell he had stuff on his mind. It was what it was.
Gradually days passed, months passed, years passed, life took its course. Destiny happened.
What I was accused of became my reality and my fate. What would be would be. You cannot change it. You cannot force it. I am not God. I mean, it just happened. I let God’s will take place in my life. I never forced myself on him. It just happened that he became more than a brother. He became a lifetime partner”
Responding to comments that she claimed Olakunle was her Brother when Tonto made the allegation, Rosy said;
I did say that Mr. Churchill was like a brother to me but he is not my blood. My mother didn’t give birth to him. We don’t share the same father. That statement he is like a brother to me simply meant he is family. Mr. Churchill has always been there for my family and me and it has always been that way.
Was I ever attracted to him or have I ever looked at him in any other way? No! Was he ever attracted to me? Who knows? That is not something I have control over. I was in a relationship. I was happy. A relationship that went sour due to the banter online when some accusations were made. Did I kill myself? No! I moved on. Life goes on.
After Mr. Churchill got married, things were still the same. He was still there for my family and I. He will take my siblings and I out. I would invite friends, male or female. He never had a problem with it. We would have so much fun and when it was time to work, we would work. I am not a lazy youth. I have goals, aims and ambition. I have things that I want to achieve in life. Mr. Churchill made that possible for me. He exposed me to a lot of opportunities and I am forever grateful.
When it came to work, it was always work. You would see us in places and that is because throughout me going around with him regards his foundation, I was learning the process. It had nothing to do with intimacy. It had nothing to do with me following him because I liked him. I did like him but like I said, like a brother, family.