Police confirm arrest of Empress Njamah’s ex-lover, says he duped over 20 women

Police confirm arrest of Empress Njamah’s ex-lover, says he duped over 20 women

The arrest of Nicholas Jack Davies, the former boyfriend of Nigerian actress Empress Njamah, has been confirmed by the Liberian police.

Davies was accused of blackmailing and leaking intimate videos of Njamah several months ago. During a press conference in Liberia, the police chief disclosed that Davies is a well-known scammer who specifically preys on wealthy women, lures them into romantic relationships, and manipulates them to swindle their fortunes.

He said, “Notorious scammer Nicholas Jack Davis has been arrested by the Liberian National Police severally and charged to court. Fortunately, he returned to the community after bail and carried out the same actions he was previously charged with.

“There have been several complaints against the 39-year-old, of which the suspect has victimized over twenty females. As a result, he is involved in absconding with their personal belongings and expensive materials.

“With the recent report brought against him, we began a robot search, and he was arrested at Miami Beach while attempting to victimize other females. There is prior information of the suspect carrying the same act in Nigeria on an actress.

“He spent approximately 70 months in the country before committing the crime against the female actress. We can assure the public that all the victims will get justice and anyone with other information should visit the Liberian Police Station to register their complaints to ensure the suspect does not go with impunity.”

As a reminder, Empress Njamah had previously accused Davies, who went by the name George Wade in Nigeria, of taking over her social media account, physically abusing her, and creating intimate videos to blackmail her. She alleged that he had entered her life pretending to be a romantic partner during a vulnerable time when she was mourning the death of her best friend, Ada Ameh.

During the press conference, the police confirmed that Davies had carried out similar operations against other women who had come forward with complaints. This underscores the pattern of behavior exhibited by Davies in targeting and victimizing multiple women using deceitful means.

Following reports from 20 Liberian women who claimed to have been duped and robbed of their valuables by Davies, he was tracked down and arrested in Liberia. It was alleged that he was in the midst of planning another scam against a victim when he was apprehended.

The police have urged other potential victims of Davies to come forward and report their complaints, indicating that there may be additional individuals who have been targeted by his fraudulent activities.