TV presenter Tsholofelo Maseko lays assault charges against ex

2014-11-27 18:00

It seems there's always drama when relationships come to an end. TV presenter and actress Thsolofelo Maseko is experiencing some drama of her own. According to Daily Sun, Thsolofelo has laid assault charges against her ex-boyfriend.

The two have different stories about what happened at her former lover's home.

She told the paper that they broke up two months ago and that she when to his house to collect her belongings. "He was there with two of his friends. He said my stuff was in his housemate's room, but said the housemate was sleeping.When I asked him to wake the housemate up, all hell broke loose."

Her ex-boyfriend allegedly pushed her off his balcony and dragged her around, which led to her shirt being torn.

 The paper is reporting that Thsolofelo was escorted out of the complex by security guards. She laid charges at the Broxton Police Station. "I was given a J88 form and told to go to the doctor. When I returned, my ex-boyfriend was there," she said.
Her boyfriend has dismissed these claims. He explained: "I didn't want to open the door for her. She started fighting. She forced her way in and tore my clothes. The security guards asked her to leave. I was very surprised when the cops came to get me later that day." He told the paper that the TV personality's parents were harassing him and he had to get a restraining order against her.
Police Constable Sibongile Mnguni told Daily Sun that a case of assault was opened and that the ex appeared in the Brixton Magistrates Court on Monday.  However, Thsolofelo's ex apparently denied appearing in court and said he didn’t even know he was supposed to appear.
Sjoe. The drama!
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