Having lost her second appeal to stay in the seven bedroom East Legon mansion built by her ex-husband Odartey Lamptey, Gloria Adjoa Appiah, has directed her lawyer to file a third appeal as soon as possible.
According to mynewsgh.com, Gloria Appiah Lamptey is seeking to use the same legal remedy again so that if she succeeds on her third appeal, she can remain in the mansion and not have to move.
Additionally, it is reported that she planned to appeal a 40% share of GH500,000 in alimony cash she was awarded but was advised against doing so by her lawyers.
Mynewsgh also reported that Gloria also intends to have a 50% stake in Odartey Lamptey’s school.
However, Odartey Lamptey plans to make her leave the East Legon House this weekend with force of arms.
Odartey Lamptey was married to Gloria Appiah (formerly known as Gloria Odartey Lamptey) for 21 years and they had three children, none of which belonged to him.
His mother was against the marriage because of the circumstances he met Gloria.
She had come to his German Club Training camp to watch the team play from where the two hit it off.
After having 3 children behind Nii Odartey Lamptey and letting him take care of these kids without knowing he was not the father–Gloria took a case to court to get 50% of the former footballer’s assets, following their divorce.
Odartey Lamptey got to know that the three kids he thought to have fathered with his wife were
never his after DNA tests proved so.
After going to court to try and take a lot of Odartey’s assets’ with her, her bid failed when it was confirmed that she actually got pregnant through other men and not by the footballer.
However, her hopes were dashed when an Accra High Court dismissed Gloria’s claim.
Justice Cecilia DonChebe Agbevey completely quashed Gloria’s motion to have the exfootballers assets equally divided.
Gloria has however been allocated Nii Lamptey’s property located at Dome as he had proposed but what Gloria actually wants is Nii Odartey Lamptey’s 7bedroom apartment in East Legon.