06 November 2021
Johannesburg- Gender based violence is rife in South Africa and it is not only done by men who are abusing women but it is also done by women who are abusing their partners, whether it is husband or boyfriends.
There are many cases of such although they are hardly reported but they do take place and in most cases, men end up being killed. This happens because they have been victims for far too long with no much help.
We have seen some male celebrities coming forth to admit that they have been abused by their partners or ex wives. They choose not to retailiate to avoid violence but at the end they end up being injured or killed.
Apparently, she also broke into his house after she had moved out following their seperation and vandalized his belongings before pouring copious amounts of alcohol in his bedding.
These shocking incidents took place in 2006 and came to the fore last week after the fight broke between over the Bryanston property that she wanted to auction off to the highest bidder. She intended to leave Williams and his new family homeless.
A source revealed to Sunday World that Mark had briefed his lawyers to obtain a court order to interdict Bianca from selling his posh pad.
Apparently Mark and Bianca had entered into an arrangement on how they would divide their multimillion-rand estate after their acrimonious divorce in 2018.
The two were to receive over R1,2 Million each in cash from their joint account. Mark would also keep his Bryanston house worth R3 Million while Bianca would keep their Melrose Arch also worth R3 Million.
In July,20,2006 she shot him with a stun gun in the stomach and then fired another shot at him, which missed and lodged itself into the hard plastic part of the door of his vehicle.
When contacted for comment, William confirmed that she had shot him in the stomach and also vandalized his property.
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