Given that Stuurman, best known for his Scandal character Kgosi, is currently trending for the wrong reasons. When the set lights go out, the seasoned actor we all despise appears to be returning home with his on-screen character.
He has been implicated in a heinous GBV case that has since been reported to the police and is currently being litigated in court.
On-screen, the thuggish character has been accused of smoking too much dagga and then becoming violent.
In some cases, he has threatened to kill her baby mama and anyone who defends her before taking his own life.
These audacious allegations, however, are contained in an interim protection order filed in the Booysens Magistrate's court by his child's mother.
It was also established that hell broke loose when her baby mama paid her a visit, and the actor physically abused her. The veteran actor also threatened to kill her baby mama's father and uncle, as well as anyone who defends her.
When the baby realized that their affair had gone south, he attempted to flee, but Kgosi was not having it. However, when she requested her child's clothes and toys, she was met with death threats.
According to the court documents, even after the baby mama called it quits, Kgosi continued to threaten her.
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