When you talk about controversies in Nollywood, after names like Cossy Orjiakor and Tonto Dikeh, Jim Iyke is unarguably the next name that quickly comes to mind.
From car ownership controversies to N15m fraud allegation, then came news that he was beaten by military men in Cameroon.
In a phone chat with Stella Dimokokorkus, Jim Iyke spoke on his many controversies. According to him, "I was not beaten by anyone, I have heard that and its a big laugh."
Speaking further, the aggressive actor stated, "If I was beaten by soldiers like is being wrongly speculated, how come they only beat up my fingers and not my face or body? It is a big joke," Jim said.
He claimed that he fell on a glass table while trying to escape from fans that mo*b*d him in a club. He said he only got treated for cuts on his fingers from the glass table.
On N15m fraud allegation, which he has already begged to be settled out of court, Jim blamed the case on himself.
"In fact, it (the N15m alleged fraud case) escalated because I stubbornly refused to iron things out. But the lady in question is my sister's best friend and we have sat down like a family and settled the issue out of court. We remain friends and family," Jim Iyke confessed.
Speaking on his car issue, Jim said he still awaits anyone to come up to claim ownership of the cars in his garage.
Meanwhile, there were reports that Jim Iyke was again mo*bed few hours ago in Limbe, Cameroon, where he was initially m*bb*d and injured.
We gathered that this time, he was not injured as the first time.
Jim Iyke is in Cameroon shooting a movie, Blood or Wine alongside Uche Jombo.