Moshe And Phelo's Abusive Relationship Drama

Phelo allegedly had to get stiches after being beaten by Moshe

By  | Jul 05, 2020, 02:10 PM  | Phelo Moshe  | Relationships

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It seems there is trouble in paradise for celebrity couple Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala, as according to a news report their relationship has taken a sour turn that has seen the couple head to the courtroom.

According to a report by Sunday Sun, Phelo was hit so badly by his bae he had a bleeding gash on the head that he had to obtain an interim court order.

The alleged incident took place in May and according to court papers took place at Moshe and Phelo's Northriding Joburg home and happened due to a fight over alcohol.

The couple was meant to appear in court this week and Moshe was meant to explain to the magistrate why the order should not be made permanent but instead hit back with a counter interim order.

Moshe in his papers claimed that over the past few months the relationship had become abusive with Phelo assaulting him on several occasion. He claimed that Phelo had an alcohol problem and always starts fights after he had too much to drink.

The Rea Tsotsella host also alleged that his musician bae assaulted him after he accused him of a roving eye, in the court papers he also alleges that Phelo is extremely jealous.

Phelo in his June 11 court papers stated that he was beaten with a candle stand at home and went to Olivedale Hospital to get stitches.

"I feel unsafe around him. He's emotionally abusive, manipulative and controlling. Just two days ago at my friend's house, he beat me up when I told him it's over. He took the phone I was using".

Moshe in his counter papers alleges Phelo once threatened to beat his own mother last year during the Christmas holidays and claims Phelo has a problem with alcohol.

"His problem with alcohol abuse and the things he would do and say, not only to me but those around me, have left me drained, battered and confused.

"I don't absolve myself from my faults and take full responsibility. I should have also walked away, called the cops and not retaliated because, in a healthy marriage, I don't think fighting fire with fire is the way to go."

Moshe has denied having assaulted Phelo and taking out a protection order against him and told the publication that things are fine between them.

"Me and Phelo are fine. I'm with him right now. If you write lies about me, you will get to know who you're dealing with," he told Sunday Sun.

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