In case you missed it: Mikey Schultz denies "swearing" Oscar's sister
Self-confessed hitman Mikey Schultz has rubbished allegations of swearing at Aimee Pistorius.
Yesterday turned out to be quite a dramatic day in court for Mikey, who was accused of 'intimidating' Oscar and his family.
This morning Mikey went live on-air with 94.7's Breakfast Xpress host, Darren Simpson to clear up the accusations against him.
"I never swore at Aimee or anyone else from the Pistorius family. There were no tears or drama as previously reported," he explained.
Mikey explained that when he arrived at court the gallery was full to capacity and the clerk of the court advised him to sit in the front row, where the Pistorius family was seated, as it was the only open space.
"A police officer turned around to tell me that the seats were reserved but the clerk of the court advised that it was the only open space. Thereafter court adjourned for lunch and we all left the court room," he explained.
Mikey told the radio host that the only reason he was in court was to support his friend Jared Mortimer, who was a witness for the club brawl incident, which Oscar was involved in. "Jared doesn't have much experience in court and asked me to come through," he added.
Mikey, who became infamous for killing mining magnate Brett Kebble said that he had no idea where all these claims came from. "The Pistorius's always make themselves the victims, are liars and can turn on the water works," he said.