Nairobi Diaries Actress Mishi Dorah in court for failing to pay Sh150,000 bar bill

Actress Dianah Clara appearing in Kibera Law Courts. PHOTO | COURTESY
Nairobi Diaries actress Dianah Clara Ojenge alias Mishi Dorah has been charged in court for failing to pay Sh152,550 bar bill.
The Actress is accused of incurring the bill at Golden Ice Bistro at Next Gen Mall in South C along Mombasa road in Nairobi on the night of May 26 and the morning of May 27
She was served with two chicken breasts valued at Sh3, 000, one cocktail valued at Sh2000, two bottles of 300ml soda valued at Sh500, a one litre bottle of drinking water valued at Sh400 and three bottles of an energy drink valued at Sh1, 650.
She is also reported to have ordered six bottles of Bellaire Luxe 750ml valued at Sh75,000and seven Hennessey VS 750ml valued at Sh70,000 which she took with a group of friends by falsely pretending that she would pay a fact she knew to be false.
The actress claimed that her ATM car had problems and was unable to settle the bill, to which she was accompanied to her house by two restaurant employees tom collect some cash which also was not enough to pay.

She requested more time to settle the bill but she still failed to do so and stopped picking calls from the management.

Actress Diana was arraigned in court, where she denied the charges before Principal Magistrate Monicah Maroro and pleaded for lenient bail and bond terms.

She was released on a cash bail of Sh50,000 and an alternative bond of Sh100,000 with a surety of a similar amount.

The case is set to be mentioned again on June 16th.


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