Sizzling Ghanaian actress Suzzy Williams passed away 14-years ago but circumstances leading to her sudden demise has raised eyebrows that she didn’t die a natural death.
The mother of the late actress has fuelled such rumours in the media with an appalling revelation in a recent interview.
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Making appearance on ‘Restoration with Stacy’ which was aired on Joy Prime on Sunday, November, 22, 2019 and monitored by Ghana’s most credible entertainment and news website – BrownGh.com, Mrs Cecilia Williams said her daughter was murdered.
Suzzy Lebene Malike Williams, 23, died in a road accident on Thursday September 8, 2005 in front of the La Palm Royal Beach in Accra.
At the time of her accident in the company of her boyfriend, Liberian man, Edwin Eastman, empty bottles of alcoholic beverages were found in the Mitsubishi Pajero Jr in which they were riding. Eastman admitted being tipsy at the time of the accident, according to police sources. He claimed they were on drinking spree moving from one drinking spot to the other.
A post-mortem report conducted on the late popular actress, by Dr. Lawrence Edusei, a Pathologist then at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, and corroborated by a Ghana Standards Board (GSB) forensic science report, dated October 10, 2005 showed that Suzzy Williams was bathed in cocaine and alcohol at the time of the fatal motor accident that led to her death.
The post mortem report on Suzzy Williams stated that she had traces of cocaine in her nose, and liver, and high levels of alcohol in her blood, as evident from a nose swab, blood sample analysis, as well as liver and stomach content analysis to determine a toxicological analysis of the deceased.
According to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital pathologist who examined the remains of the 23-year-old actress, even before he conducted the post mortem examination, “information received from the Lister Medical Services Ltd” (the hospital where the deceased passed away), after the accident, “indicated the impression of illicit substance abuse by the deceased.”
But Mrs Cecilia Williams says her daughter was never on drugs and that she suspects a foul play.
Suzzy sustained multiple injuries like lacerations, bruises and the cause of her immediate death, according to the pathologist, was a massive hemorrhage or bleeding, which he added was an unnatural cause of death. It would be recalled that when Suzzy was thrown off the vehicle, her head hit the ground. She was rushed to the Lister Medical Centre, off the Spintex Road.
Mrs Williams told Stacy Amoateng, the show host, that at the hospital where Suzzy gave up the ghost the doctor (she refused to mention his name) injested her daughter with the cocaine.
‘When I got to the hospital I saw the girl (Suzzy Williams) on the bed. I entered the room, I checked her pulse and heartbeat it was okay. So I passed by and I pulled the window down and a young fair colored guy hold the head from behind with a straw and to Suzzy’s nose, today I said it. That is what I saw and I can never ever forget it and I asked the young doctor why and he said this way is better once and for all, after all, if she survives she will be a burden to you,’ she recounted.
Suzzy Williams, was the eldest daughter of her mother and died at a time when her name had assumed a household phenomenon across the country. At the time of her death, the deceased had won a contract with a movie company in South Africa, after featuring in a Reggie Rockstone music clip, shown during a KORA awards function.
In her school days at Meadow Preparatory & Junior Secondary School in Darkuman, Accra, she was crowned “Miss Meadow 97”. She came into limelight with her appearance in the TV3 soap series, “Bloody Mary”, “Things We Do For Love” and “Official Prostitute”.