Inna Patty denies using beauty pageants as sex baits (Video)

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Exclusive Events Ghana Limited Inna Patty has denied the allegations that she used former winners of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant as sex baits to raise funds.
In a press statement issued by her lawyers, Akufo-Addo, Prempeh and Co, she categorically denied the allegations levelled against her.

She described them as “baseless, categorically untrue, inspired by malice and mischief and only calculated to ridicule, embarrass, disparage and bring our clients enviable reputation into disrepute.”

“Clearly these allegations are coming from disgruntled ladies, who after having the opportunity to use our clients platform to project their image have turned round in such undignified manner to denigrate the very platform they had amply benefitted from,” the statement added.

This follows allegations by a number of former winners of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant who revealed how they were used as sex baits to raise funds.

Stephanie Karikari, Miss Ghana 2010, Antoinette Delali Kemavo, Miss Ghana 2015 and Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi, Miss Ghana 2013, spoke about exploitation, verbal and physical abuse and being used as sex baits by Inna Patty, the current owner of Miss Ghana’s franchise holding company, Exclusive Events Ghana, to raise sponsorship.

This has got many people talking and demanding Inna Patty to respond to the allegations.

However, in what seems like her response to all the allegations, she threatened to sue and media house that continues to publish such stories against her.

“We are instructed by our clients to inform the general public, media houses – both print and electronic – and social media bloggers to desist from the publication of the malicious and defamatory materials in circulation.”

“Any publisher of these or similar matter shall be held fully responsible for them as we hold firm instructions from our clients to institute legal action against any such person to vindicate the name of our clients and to recover punitive damages for these publications.”

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