Drug use and physical abuse on his would could be one of the reasons his wife wants to walk away. Generations star Thabiso Mokhethi is on the brink of losing his family. He and his now estranged wife Gaaratwe are said to be living separate lives way from their married life.
The pair has three kids together. The former Generations actor has confirmed the sad news to daily sun but did not want to mention the reason for their breakup. He however tells the publication that he and his ex are trying to find a partnership to co-parent.
Mokhethi also told the publication that there is nothing he can do if his wife feels like moving on without him and that the situation was painful as he still loved his wife very much.
Thabiso, who had battles with depression, added that he had beaten his wife due to the loss of his mom and brother to a car crash. This could have been one of the many reasons that caused a drift between the pair. The 36-year-old star has also had a problem with drugs. Mokhethi is best known for his role as Samuel Khumalo in Generations.
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