Convicted sexual offender, Somizi Mhlongo, has withdrawn his case against his ex-husband Mohale Motaung and has been ordered by the Johannesburg High Court to pay all of Mohale's legal fees.
This news comes as a victory for Mohale, who has been embroiled in a dramatic divorce and abuse allegations with Somizi. The court ruling has caused a frenzy on social media, with congratulatory messages pouring in for Mohale.
The court document read, "Kindly take notes that the plaintiff withdraws the actions instituted against the defendant and tenders the defendant's taxed and/or agreed party and party costs." The decision has been seen as a long-awaited win for Mohale, who has had a tough time dealing with the aftermath of the divorce and allegations made against him. It is hoped that this ruling will bring some closure to the couple's tumultuous past.
Since their divorce, Somizi and Mohale have been in the public eye for all the wrong reasons, with social media trolls and tormenting being part of their daily lives. However, with this ruling, Mohale can finally breathe a sigh of relief and move on with his life. It is not known how Somizi is handling the news, but it is clear that he has lost the case and must pay Mohale's legal fees.
Mohale Motaung has remained mostly quiet following his estranged husband's reality show, Living the Dream With Somizi (LTDWS), which launched its fifth season on May 4. However, Mohale has announced an upcoming sit-down interview with Aldrin Sampear on Showmax, where he will discuss his marriage to Somizi and his life after the divorce. In a trailer for the interview, Mohale talks about how he was constantly reminded during his marriage that he brought nothing to the table except his pretty face.
It is clear that the couple's divorce has been a rollercoaster ride, and it is hoped that with this ruling, both Somizi and Mohale can finally move on with their lives. It is also hoped that the media and social media trolls will give the couple the privacy they need to heal and move forward. The ruling has shown that the South African legal system is not biased, and justice has been served.
Despite the drama surrounding their divorce, it is important to remember that both Somizi and Mohale are human beings with feelings and emotions. The media and the public should give them the space they need to deal with their personal issues without judgment or harassment. We should all learn from this experience and treat others with kindness and compassion, no matter what their personal circumstances may be.
The ruling against Somizi Mhlongo in his case against ex-husband Mohale Motaung is a victory for Mohale and a step towards closure for both parties. It is hoped that this ruling will bring an end to the drama and allow the couple to move on with their lives. The upcoming sit-down interview with Mohale on Showmax promises to shed more light on his life and marriage to Somizi. The media and the public should respect the couple's privacy and treat them with kindness and compassion during this difficult time.