Amor Vittone: I have a stalker

2017-07-06 10:32


Amor Vittone
Amor Vittone (Photo: Gallo)

Cape Town - Amidst a bitter battle over Joost van der Westhuizen's last will and testament, Amor Vittone has revealed she has a stalker.  

Speaking to Martin Bester and Tumi Morake on Jacaranda FM about the media attention surrounding her estranged husband's estate, Amor says: "All I'm fighting for is just what was promised by Joost many times. I can honestly say with a smile on my face and a smile in my heart that I am not fighting for his money for my benefit. And I think that people read headlines, and they don't read the story.

"So, all I wanted was just for the kids to be looked after in terms of school, and their beloved hobbies."

She also spoke about reports that she is after Joost's money, saying: "I think people had the perception that I was after his millions - which there isn't - I don't think there is a lot and I don't really care as long as the kids were looked after. I don't mind paying or selling my home. I don't mind renting my home and going into a smaller place. But I can't even do that because the house is on Joost's name. And that is what people don't understand."

The local singer also disclosed that she has received "hate speech" and "hate comments" from people saying that Kylie must give up showjumping and rather take up netball. 

"Kylie is a netball player but she wants to represent South Africa in the Olympics in showjumping. This is not a hobby, this is her life. If I took her pony away, it would kill her," Amor said.

The Te Laat Vir Totsiens singer made a shocking revelation that she has a stalker: "I've even had some stalking. Letters being sent to my home."

The letters are made to threaten and intimate her family and kids. 

Amor also revealed that the identity of the stalker is known to her: "We actually do know [who it is] at the moment. We are going to let it out when the time is right." It was also disclosed the contents of the letter contains personal information only known to the family.

"I'm reading it and the more it should be harming me and the more I should be getting up in arms. I'm laughing because I'm thinking: 'How low must you stoop to do this. Because you must feel very insecure and very jealous. And now you're getting to my kids.' So, of course it's sitting at my lawyer."

Listen to the full interview here: