Cheryl Zondi Sex Tape Battles
Cheryl Zondi, the very first witness in the rape trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso, is battling to stop an ex-lover from publishing a sex tape,
Zondi has apparently been given an acting court order stopping Sandton businessman Michael Brits from distributing, publishing, selling or making copies of any kind of video clip or photographs of a sex-related nature that illustrate Zondi.
According to Zondi’s court application, Brits had apparently expressed strategies to sell the sex tape to Omotoso in order to taint Zondi’s online reputation and possibly also to acquire a bribe.
The interim order was granted on November 2. A complete hearing on the matter will be listened to in March next year.
Zondi told the Sunday Times that she had been in a relationship with Brits from February to October in 2014, however, she was not aware that a recording had actually ever before been made.
She became aware of his plans after she was contacted on November 1 by Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva, the chair of the compensation for the promotion and also defense of the rights of social spiritual as well as etymological neighborhoods.
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According to the Sunday Times, Mkhwanazi-Xaluva had actually been called by a whistleblower whose friend had actually hung out with Brits at a Sandton Hotel on October 30.
Throughout the evening he had actually supposedly shown pictures as well as video clips including Zondi and had commented concerning plans to carry out a purchase with Omotoso.
Mkhwanazi-Xaluva also informed the Sunday Times that she knew a R500 000 bounty, to have Zondi killed, that was being provided by Omotoso’s fans.
Formerly, News24 reported that Zondi remains under the witness defense programme. Recently, Zondi reported that she had laid a grievance with the general public Protector in order to advertise modifications to the system that assisted sufferers more productively.
The 22-year-old university student formerly indicated in the test of Omotoso and his two co-accused in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth. They are encountering 63 fees as well as 34 alternate costs, which include rape, sexual offense and racketeering.
Previously this month, Zondi introduced her very own foundation to assist women and children that have actually been abused.
Omotoso’s trial is expected to resume on February 4, next year.