Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai has broken her silence after auctioneers visited her home with the aim of repossessing her car and household items.
Muigai explained that the dispute with auctioneers involved started way back in 2018.
“When the article was published on the front page in 2018, I said no way I will be quiet… I decided to use my social media pages to explain my case, and who is God, my post went viral to the point overshadowed the others,” Anerlisa said.
According to Ms Muigai the reports revolving around the defamation suit were tailored to extort money from her because she was never served or informed that the case was ongoing.
“My house help called me and told me ‘Madam kuna watu kwa gate wanasema wamekujia vitu za nyumba na gari, ‘I was like, ‘Apana they have the wrong house number’.
“She said,’Apana wamesema wamekuja kwa Ann Muigai na wako na documents hapa’. I quickly told her to send me pictures. Shock to me I was being sued for defamation. I sent my lawyer the documents and he asked me two questions. Were you ever served by anyone? I said no. did anyone alert you that this case was going on? I said no. He said then this case was done maliciously to get me off guard and extort money from off me,” Anerlisa explained in one of her posts.
The Nero Company CEO also sought to clarify that she learned about the whole process yesterday, yet it was supposed to happen two years ago.
“Looking at the first papers I was brought, this whole process was to happen 2 years ago and I found out this just yesterday,” she added.
The businesswoman alleged that the people involved the lawsuit know the truth but they have opted to frustrate her.
“Funny enough is that everyone involved in the case knows the 100% truth about this. Anyway to finish this story I’m not in completion with anyone, those who know me, know that I like a peaceful life and quiet one. Kindly give me a peace of mind and as I said I have been through so much from last year, the last thing I want is any drama,” the Nero CEO signed off her statement.
It’s reported that auctioneers showed up at Anerlisa’s home with cops to obtain her property over a debt of Sh3,399,148.45.