Amanda Du Pont has had it hard in the past few days as she has finally spoke about how her ex boyfriend JubJub used to abuse her and assault her, Amanda has been very open about her sstruggles even in the past years when she was in a relationship with JubJub. She finally came,
Forward and that encouraged other women who were also allegedly raped by the Hip Hop star, Amanda said she endured so much pain in her relationship of 2 years and had to abort when she was pregnant because the baby was forcefully given to her.
Du Pont said that she went to the police station hoping to get her ex boyfriend arrested but the justice system failed her and she couldn't even open a case.
Tony Mathe who is Amanda Du Pont's attorney said he can confirm that there will be a case opened against her ex boyfriend Molemo (JubJub) soon and the main charges will be the charges of rape although some othe charges will be added for the foundation of their case,
And the case will be up on the National prosecution, authorities and he added that there will be other charges to be percued by his client. He also added that there are other 3 women who have reached out to meet him and ask for legal advice and the team regarding them,
Being allegedly raped by the same person. He said he is not sure when will the case be open but they are still gathering information regarding to their case to make it solid for the judge not to throw it out because of lack of enough evidence to make their case solid.
He also mentioned that he has hope that they will pull it off because of good legal team. Tony also said it doesn't matter if Amanda reported the case years later she can still win it. He said JubJub has not got untouched with his alleged victim and they would like it to stay that way.
Miss Du Pont's attorney said Amanda is in great spirit and she is determined to get justice even if it means her going an extra mile.
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