Nonhle's ex calls BS on claims of abuse

2015-06-14 13:00
Nonhle Ndala (Instagram)

Johannesburg - When Diski Diva's star, Nonhle Ndala revealed the nightmare she was living in her previous marriage, the tales of abuse and neglect touched a chord in even the hardest heart.

But according to her ex-hubby, Themba Msiza, the sob stories are all made up.

He spoke to Drum recently, where he says he harbours no grudges against Nonhle, but questions her sanity.

We know better than to get caught up in the mudslinging between two former lovers, but Themba makes a number of damaging claims against the star.

In one of the allegations, he claims that Nonhle is only in a relationship with footballer Andile Jali for the money.

"If she didn't get herself pregnant, Andile was going to leave her. That's her meal ticket," he claims.

He also maintains that he never abused her, but did get into arguments with her, especially when she would apparently disappear with other men.

In one particular fight, which led to Nonhle posting pictures of her beat up face on social media, Themba alleges that Nonhle came over to a friend's house and started arguing with him. The argument turned physical as Nonhle apparently smashed things. He admits to then manhandling her, later punching her in the face and breaking his hand.

In another dramatic claim, Themba alleges that Nonhle tried to commit suicide by overdosing on pills after their separation and that he saved her.

"I did it for my daughter. We were separated but when I was called, I rushed her to hospital," he says.

Nonhle's lawyer responded by calling the claims " spurious, inflammatory, unfounded and trumped up" and says Nonhle denies them "vehemently". 

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