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Family of alleged rape victim, denied DJ Fresh’s claims

The family of a woman who accuses DJ Fresh and Euphonik of rape, have responded to his claims after he said that they reached him, supporting him after case dismissed by NPA.

As we reported, NPA – The National Prosecuting Authority, has confirmed that the rape case against DJ Fresh and Euphonik has been dismissed due to insufficient evidence.

NPA North Gauteng spokesperson Lumka Mahanjana said there was insufficient evidence to prosecute Fresh and Euphonik upon perusal of the docket.

“With regards to the DJs Fresh and Euphonik matter, the docket was indeed presented to the prosecutor.

“Upon perusal of all the available evidence in the docket, a decision not to prosecute was taken. There are no prospects of successful prosecution on the available evidence, because the evidence is insufficient,” said Mahanjana.

The two are in trending list this week after NPA decision, as social media users divided, some still support the alleged rape victim but others siding with the Duo.

The alleged victim accused DJ Fresh and Euphonik of raping and drugging her, along with three other women, which alleged happened 10 years ago.

On Wednesday, DJ Fresh took to his TL to claim that a family member of the woman had allegedly reached out to him in support.

Responding to this comment, the family of the alleged victim issued a statement showing support for their daughter and slamming DJ Fresh for his says.

“The family has taken note of the recent social media post by DJ Fresh making extremely dangerous claims about a family member who called him three weeks ago to discuss the recent rape allegations against him and informing him that the victim, our daughter, is a pathological liar.

“We want to make it absolutely clear that at no point did any family member call DJ Fresh to state such,” read the statement.

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