‘She’s been calling me non-stop, and recording conversations’ — Enhle Mbali files court order against her alleged beau’s wife
Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has reportedly filed for harassment against the wife of her alleged partner, businessman Justice Huni.
This according Sunday World who reported a close associate of Justice had leaked a court order reads:
“She has been calling me non-stop, texting me and recording conversations without letting me know I was being recorded. She has posted our conversation on public social platforms that has caused much more harassment.
“It has got to a point where I have to stop her harassment (which) has led to public scrutiny and loss of work due to public perception. I would like the court to assist in granting me a harassment order. She has been harassing me since the beginning of December till January, and it will not stop. She has been sending me WhatsApp messages,” the order reads.”
Screenshots of her engagements with Jusice’s wife have been splattered on social media.
In early January recordings of a supposed conversation between Enhle and a woman deemed to be Jusice’s wife, Valentino Bango went viral on social media.
In the leaked audio, Valentino questions Enhle about an alleged affair she’s been having with her partner and claims her husband is asking for a polygamist family, making Enhle his second wife.
Attempts by TshisaLIVE to get comment from Enhle were unsuccessful at the time of publishing. An update will be included once received.
Enhle is not one to take harassment and exposure of her private affairs lightly.
Last November the actress’s phone was illegally tapped and she received texts threatening to release “sexy pictures” she shared with a friend after her phone was hacked and her private conversations accessed, which she says “undermines and ridicules” her as a woman.
“I wanted to make my lived experience known to more people. Sharing the messages on my platform was my only resort to expose a fraction of what I have endured in silence for close to five years,” she told TshisaLIVE.
In a now archived Instagram post Enhle, shared an exchange she had with an unidentified criminal.
She wanted to unveil “the evil and gaslighting that has tormented” her she says.
“I recognised the power social media has, and I needed to let my tormentors know through that medium and put them on notice publicly. No-one is above the law, even the ones hiding behind unregistered numbers.”
“I have sought legal intervention to protect myself as stipulated in the Cyber Crimes Act, as my tormentors clearly stated in a text message they have access to my phone and made a clear threat to disseminate information they’ve acquired illegally.”
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