Outspoken Reverend Father and Professional Counselor - Rev. Counselor George Lutterodt has finally responded to actress Lydia Forson's allegations that he is on drugs.
Lydia Forson who didn't seem too happy about some statements Counselor Lutterodt made about some female celebrities including Nana Aba Anamoah, Joselyn Dumas and Victoria Lebene Mekpah, accused Counselor Lutterodt of using the wrong hard drugs on "E-Talk" Entertainment TV Show with Amanda Jissih on GH One TV.
Responding to Lydia Forson's allegation, Counselor George Lutterodt said he believes Lydia Forson's acting career is dying and she wants to use him to resurrect her dying career. According to him, he doesn't consider Lydia Forson as an actress.
He disclosed that if Lydia is saying he is on drugs then they both buy the drugs from the same person.
“We have the same dealer, I know her but I didn’t know she was the one until I heard this story. So if Lydia is saying what I take is the wrong drugs, then she is the one who dilutes it”.
He added that Lydia Forson is a small girl and she needs to respect the elderly.
"Lydia Forson is a small girl, she can never attain my age, she would never get to my age and be at where I am to do what I am doing. When you are from well cultured home, you know what to say to people who are older than you. Tell her that she has to respect and know to talk. when camera comes on you and they ask you a question and you don't have answers shut up"
Reacting to Lydia Forson's open him titled: "When the Counselor needs counseling", Counselor said "Unfortunately I don't even think she understands what counseling means. She has foolishness o her heart and we need a rode of correction on her to move it out", Counselor George Lutterodt stated insisting that it rather Lydia Forson who needs serious counseling.
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