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John Fashanu’s daughter speaks on father’s estranged wife: says she frittered away his money

John Fashanu’s daughter has labelled the former footballer’s estranged wife ‘a black widow’ and claimed she used to ‘fritter away’ thousands of pounds.
Amal, 27, made the comments about her stepmother Abigail on the eve of the couple’s bitter divorce battle.
Her father has been embroiled in the bitter split since last year after Abigail allegedly threatened him with knives after rumours he slept with their maid.
The fashion designer, from London, told Emma Pryer at The Sunday People: ‘Abigail is the master of manipulation.
‘She has been dubbed the black widow back home in Nigeria – and it is spot on.’
imageAmal Fashanu, a 27-year-old fashion designer, labelled her stepmother the ‘master of manipulation’ and also claimed she used to fritter away up to £2,500 at a time
‘He was stupid and senseless but he feels huge regret now and is finally happy and free of her.’
Fashanu’s first marriage to Ivory Coast model Melissa Kassa-Mapsi ended in divorce in 2004.
He also lived with Spanish model Marisol Acuna Duenas, Amal’s mother, for nine years.
imageHe wed Abigail in 2011 but their marriage hit the rocks last year with both parties forced to address rumours of infidelity.
After filing for divorce the ex-Aston Villa player (pictured), 52, claimed his ‘life was at stake’ and alleged Mrs Fashanu cheated on him with another woman
After filing for divorce the ex-Wimbledon player, 52, claimed his ‘life was at stake’ and alleged Mrs Fashanu cheated on him with another woman who she called her ‘spiritual partner’.
Mrs Fashanu vehemently denies these allegations. In an earlier interview with the Sunday People she claimed the woman was just a female friend who was living with her for a short period of time and said her ex-husband was ‘sick and needs help’.
The 48-year-old added: ‘Anybody can say anything.’
Abigail also labelled claims she was violent as ‘ridiculous’ and said she would not comment further until after the divorce proceedings.

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