A Chitungwiza man was bashed by his wife and her lover after catching them red-handed. Juliet Madeira ran off to South Africa with her lover Wilson Mapfumo after being arrested for cheating and beating her husband Sam Madeira.
“I am married to Juliet Madeira (nee Machanyangwa) in terms of the Marriages Act Chapter 5:11 and the marriage still subsists.”
He said his wife beat him up after he got tipped off by someone and caught her in bed with Mapfumo at oz:o5am. “I reported the case at St Mary’s police station in Chitungwiza RRB Number 228244o,” said Madeira.
“Juliet and Wilson were arrested but were released after paying a fine and have been staying together as husband and wife since, although she is still married to me,” complained Madeira.
Madeira said, “When Juliet left to go stay with her lover she took all our matrimonial property to her lover’s house.” Madeira went on to complain that when he filed for adultery damages at the courts, his wife and her lover fled to South Africa.
“Juliet and I have a 12-year-old son that she abandoned when she left me,” said Madeira. Madeira also went on to say that Juliet left before the boy even started pre-school and now he is in grade six.
“My wife and I were leaders together at the ZAOGA FIF Church and what surprises me the most is that Wilson and Juliet are now serving together as leaders in my church.”
When Juliet Madeira was contacted for comment all she could do was insult her ex-husband. “You and Sam both, you are stupid. I think you don’t have anything to do better lockdown and mind ur bzns.
“Abaiwa ngabude mad*** evanhu. Kuswero tambisa mabundles uchamafunga hako),” the messaged this reporter.
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