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Katlego in legal trouble after arrest for breaching court order


Katlego Maboe was arrested early this month for being in contempt of court, police confirm the news.

According to reports, he was arrested in January 2, this year. Katlego appeared in the Goodwood Magistrate’s Court on January 6 in connection with the case involving his ex-girlfriend Monique Muller.

Katlego’s represantative, Lerato Maleswena, said the allegations made against her client were “false” and are allegedly an attempt by Monique to harass and victimise him.

News24 reported that his lawyer couldn’t comment further because the matter is sub-judice.

“No further comment can be made and any party making comments to the media or publishing any allegations can be held in contempt of court.“

Maboe’s lawyer Ellen Louis said her client did not have to appear in court.

Louis said the charges were false and vexatious and the senior prosecutor decided that there was no merit in them.

Katlego in legal trouble after arrest for breaching court order
Katlego Maboe & his Ex

This comes after his former spouse posted a video, exposing him and eventually forcing him to confess for cheating, domestic abuse and exposing her with STD.

In a statement he released on social media, Katlego Maboe admits cheating his wife but he denied abuse allegations and giving hIS EX STD.

The statement read, “I was unfaithful to my partner during a very important time of our lives – an act I regret to this day. We are currently undergoing an unfortunate and painful separation which is being resolved through legal proceedings. As you can imagine, separations are quite a difficult thing to deal with, especially with a child involved,” he wrote on Instagram.

“In light of the comments made against me, I would like to state that I have never abused my partner. I have always and will always stand up against the abuse of women and children – in fact, the abuse of anyone for that matter.

“I had chosen to deal with this matter privately to protect and safeguard our child. At the end of the day, our child is all that matters to me. However, I will leave this to the legal system and let the truth have its day.”

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