Uyanda Mbuli arrested at hubby's house

2012-05-04 10:47
Cape Town - Businesswoman and socialite Uyanda Mbuli has been arrested for violating a court order stopping her from having any contact with her husband Sisa Mbuli, reported

According to the newspaper the former Mrs SA Globe was arrested by police at the house she used to share with her estranged husband in Midrand before they separated in January.

A source told Sowetanlive the arrest took place after Uyanda arrived at the house early on Thursday, leading to Sisa calling the police.

When police arrived at the house Uyanda was wearing a gown and told the police to wait outside as she was first going to change into clothes.

'Wearing a night gown'

"When she did not come out, the police went to fetch a female officer who came in and arrested her. She was wearing a night gown when she arrived at the police station, handcuffed," said the source.

According to Sowetanlive the spat between the couple started in February when Uyanda first obtained a protection order against her husband. She later reported her husband at the Midrand Police Station for the violation of that order.

"Yes Uyanda Mbuli was arrested at midday today (Thursday) for violating a court order," said a police spokesperson.


  • rianette.kemp - 2012-05-04 12:29

    Sounds like an Amor wanna-be.....anything to appear in the newspapers

  • vlarismam - 2012-05-04 13:07

    This is SO badly written on contradictory!

  • Ayanda - 2012-05-04 13:31

    And she's said to be a beauty queen. My eyes need to be checked!

  • Yandaworld - 2012-05-04 15:10

    Was she trying to charm her way back in his life? She should know never to dish out ur man in public coz such days will cum, now she is tasting her own bitter-sweet juice...

  • Ally - 2012-05-04 16:51

    Anything for cheap publicity. Let's just call it the "night gown parade " ehm eh, eh, or rather the "nightgown charade"

  • Lala - 2012-05-04 23:30

    Jesus Christ! that was so low

  • Nombasa Mpambani - 2013-12-15 19:30

    U guys need to put your child first

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