She said her hatred for her mother was caused by a mental disorder “that switches your favourite to your least favourite.”
The thespian said her hatred for her mother was further compounded by fake revelations from so-called men of God who told her that her mum was after her life.
Eke revealed this while celebrating her mother’s birthday via her Instagram page on Wednesday.
Sharing a video of herself and her mother, she captioned it, “This is a video of me and my biological Mom. I loved her intensely when I was younger. She was, and still is my best friend.
“However, as I got older, I began to dislike and develop deep hatred for her. I had nightmares and hallucinations that supported my euphoria. Sadly, many men of God told me after several manic episodes that she was after my life.
“And so, I went about wishing her death and spewing despicable things about her.”
The actress said she was grateful to have realised her hatred for her mother was as a result of her mental health while her mother was still alive.
She said despite her struggle with mental illness, her mother still raised a “queen.”
She advised others suffering from similar disorders to seek medical help.