It is no longer news that in 2010, the marriage between Nollywood actress Doris Simeon and her film maker husband, Daniel Ademinokan, hit the rocks and ever since the couple have parted ways.
Till date no one is sure of what actually happened in their marriage as both parties have remained quiet about their marriage crisis. However they have a 9-year-old son together.
Not long after, Ademinokan was reported to have found love again in the arms of another actress Stella Damasus. They are both now living in the United States of America (USA) alongside with her two daughters from her previous marriage and Doris' son with Daniel, David.
After the long silence about his new marital life and speculations, the film maker took to his Instagram handle on Monday, July 17, to reveal that he was mentally abused by his ex-wife Doris but thanked God Stella Damasus came along and showed him what true love is all about.
He posted a romantic picture of him and Damasus with the caption: “I'm so getting in trouble with @stelladamasus for posting this picture but only 3 people understand the inside joke here. LOL. Some people live an entire lifetime but never get a shot at true love. Some people may never know what it feels like to be TRULY loved. So they may never know what it feels like to wake up every morning next to your woman with no weave, no wig, no makeup, and a heavy dose of stinky morning breath...and still love her from here to the moon and back. Can I get a witness? Babe, I miss your wahala. I miss the way you make me laugh from my core till I have a headache. I miss our late night conversations that lead to late night snacking, and that leads to tears and pain in the gym. Chai! (Focus dude). I miss the most amazing things that come out of the late night conversations, too. Boo, hurry up and come home. We miss our stylist, my barber, our chef, our 'egbe wedger', our doctor, tailor, our Google, professor and our personal alarm clock.
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Lately, I've been reading comments, reactions and people's stories about our short film WHEN IS IT ENOUGH. I went back to see the film again last night and reversed the roles in my head. Wow! Some men may never have been hit by their wives but they were definitely abused & violated mentally. All I can say is, thank you Jesus for THE liberation. And thank you Boo for helping me through the healing process. The world doesn't need the story but they'll definitely experience the glory. One lesson I've learnt: when it comes to love, don't settle. Never settle for what's available if it's not what you want and know you deserve. You've shown me what love is, can be, and should be. I love you babe. Oya hurry back home because Shakiratu down the street has come to borrow salt 3 times this morning already. You know it's not salt she wants.”
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