The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community in Ghana has distanced itself from all the lies perpetuated by lesbian Elladeevah Ellios.
Elladeevah Ellios has claimed days ago that she was abducted, drugged, and raped for two consecutive days, a story that went viral as online portals hungrily fed on it and spread it uniformly on social media.
However, it turned out that everything she said was a very big lie and it’s against this background that the LGBTQ+ has released an official statement revealing that they have withdrawn their support for her for the new turn of events.
Their full statement, as sighted on Facebook read;
LBQT consortium LGBT+ Rights GhanaRightify Safe Haven Global To the general public, We the above organizations were disheartened when we heard about the alleged rape and abuse of Ella Ellios also known as DJ Ella Deevah.
We reached out to Ella immediately and provided her the necessary medical attention she needed, an emergency kit as well as a safe place to stay temporarily, at no cost to her.
However, based on the evidences at hand (audios of her, audios of the boyfriend, medical reports and one on one conversations with her) we see it fit to distance ourselves from Ella’s rape allegations at this point.
We take rape cases seriously, and we hope that the Ghana police will investigate this case in fairness without bias, so that the person who has been wronged can receive the necessary justice they deserve.
DJ Ella Deevah, we love you and care about you and we are willing to continue to provide assistance with regards to psychotherapy assessment and treatments if needed. If anyone wishes to donate to her GoFundMe which is misleading, please know that.
The LGBT+ community are no longer part of this case and are only going to provide psychotherapy treatments at this time. The services will continue to be free at no charge to Ella through our various organizations.
We want to categorically state that, regardless of the validity of Ella’s claim, no one deserves any form of violence due to their sexuality and we firmly condemn the violent comments being made against Ella and other publicly known community members.
Furthermore, we are open to support LGBT+ victims of abuses in any form so feel free to reach out whenever the need arises. Thank you and Happy Pride to everyone.*Dated this day June 13th, 2021*Jointly issued by:*LBQT consortium | LGBT+ Rights Ghana | Rightify Ghana | Safe Haven Global*