Tebogo Distances Herself From Possible Human Trafficking Impersonator

The actress claims someone is using her identity to apparently traffic young girls

By  | Sep 12, 2022, 08:34 PM  | Drama

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Actress Tebogo Thobejane has exposed a fake syndicate apparently using her to traffic women. She has distanced herself from a person pretending to be her to get girls and said women should be careful. 

“I don’t need to engage in this kind of cr*p. And it’s like they’re trying to human traffic people using my name and I don’t like that.”

She cautioned women saying they will get stolen if they fall for this. 

“They will steal you guys. So stop being desperate and answering this. Its just that some of my girls, they know better because they know how we run our stuff."

Tebogo owns a strip club, Club X, and the said impersonator is using her identity to recruit girls to work there. 

Club X is located at The Grand, in Sandton, Rivonia and apparently has an entrance fee of R1000 to R100 000.
Tebogo recently made headlines when she filed a defamation lawsuit against social media influencer Inno Morolong. The two former friends had a nasty public fight which resulted in Inno making some defamatory allegations about Tebogo. According to Sunday World, the Muvhango actress wants R500 000 from Inno, a retraction, as well as a public apology.

In her rant, Inno alleged: “I don’t sell my body, I sleep good at night… my daughter knows one ex of mine. You call me an old rag but you sleep with 20 guys, in fact, 20 is an understatement. Some of these men you sleep with them without protection and you’re filthy," she said.

“Some of these men f*ck you in your own house. No man has f*cked me in my own house. You’re even staying with your child but f*ck men in your own house. Unprotected sex you love it die. You f*ck the same set of friends, should I name drop? I can mention the names of the men… all those Nigerians and old men. Do you remember who hooked you up for your first bracelet? You even had to f*ck friends to get that bracelet."

She also made mention of a President, “What about the president? What about when you had a three sum with your friend and you said she was boring in bed?”

The publication quoted Tebogo's court papers where she said that Inno's statements were defamatory, “The defendant’s statements are malicious and violated the dignity of the plaintiff, which the plaintiff is entitled to protect since it is not true that the plaintiff is a prostitute,” the lawyer letters read as quoted by the publication.

At some point, Inno responded to Tebogo's countless requests to have her not defame her name like she does on social media. 

“For what? For saying the truth? Why must I apologise to you. I will never. You can do the worst you can think of but I will never apologise to you sesi,” said Inno.

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