Her former husband, Robert Ngwenya, was in and out of of courtroom this year, alleging her of assaulting him throughout a marital fight at their luxury house in Blue Valley Estate, Midrand, in June the year before. Zinhle Mabena is a loose individual following criminal charges against her were dropped in the last week.
And by an eyewitness in courtroom, the claimed argument occurred when Ngwenya, who was strolling with splints after an incident last month, observed the two men in the trial galleries embracing his former wife, who they claimed was a sufferer of sexual identity abuse.
Lumka Mahanjana, a representative for the National Prosecuting Authority in Pretoria, has said that the case had not yet been irrevocably dismissed: “The accusations regarding Mabena were conditionally dropped in conjunction with the plaintiff.”
Even during erstwhile Isibaya actresses' arraignment in the Pretoria Magistrates' Courtroom on Wednesday morning, there was a lot of commotion. After a two-hour disruption caused by a misplaced police document carrying the model's list of charges, Ngwenya as well as Mabena's fans, led by artist Tebogo Lerole as well as identity Casanova as well as blesser Serge Cabonge, had a violent emotional battle.
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