Social media has come out guns blazing against presenter and media personality Pearl Modiadie after news broke that she intended on suing the SABC for an alleged sexual abuse she suffered on the hands of her producer.
Former Metro FM midday show presenter Pearl Modiadie is demanding R3.5 million from the SABC and Metro FM programme manager Anthony Soglo for sexual harassment. Modiadie who was employed at the station for five years as co-host of Lunch with Thomas and Pearl until her contract was not renewed earlier this year, filed her papers at the Johannesburg High Court last month.
Twitter's outcry now is that the beauty could be out for revenge as her contract was not renewed, many claimed that she is broke and looking for a way quick buck. Modiadie first went public a few months ago after a mole leaked the alleged abuse claims.
The station and the accused are yet to comment on these allegations and there are no confirmed reports on the apparent incoming lawsuit.
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