Fast-rising Nollywood actress, Queeneth Hilbert has been suspended indefinitely from film production activities by the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN).
According to a statement released by AGN’s Chief Press Secretary, Bartholomew Aguugo, Miss Hilbert’s suspension was based on her unprofessional conducts.
“Following our preliminary investigations into a series of petitions received from producers/marketers which borders on your gross professional misconduct, this letter constitutes official notice of your indefinite suspension from the Actors Guild of Nigeria and film productions in accordance to our constitutional provision,” AGN president, Ejezie Rolla, was quoted as saying in the statement.
Some of the professional misconducts exhibited by the actress include: breach of contract, abandoning of film sets without permission, gross negligence of production timing and protocols, collection of artistes fee without showing up for the production, and refusal to refund fees collected after disappointment among other complaints.
The AGN said that the actress’ misconduct towards her job was capable of tarnishing the standing reputation of the association.
They also disclosed that her case has been taken to the National Disciplinary Committee led by Sam Dede for thorough investigations.
Quenneth Hilbert is a popular Nollywood actress born on the 12th June, 1992 to a Lebanese father and Nigerian mother from Ebonyi State in South eastern Nigeria.
The actress began acting in 2012 and has starred in movies like “Arrogant couple”, “Royal Groom”, “Angel in marriage”, “A saving grace” to mention but a few.