Friday, 1 June 2018

"Am not going to be a statistic", woman crries out after her husband assaulted her.

A South African lady has said that she does not want to be part of statistic of those that are killed by their husbands and has taken to Facebook to seek for protection from her husband who's a threat to her life.

Audery Matshukudu wrote,
On the 15th of April 2018 my husband Matshukudu Matshukudu physically assaulted me and I moved out of the house with my son.

I have a protection order against him which was confirmed in 2016 and I told him if he ever touched me again I am leaving and never looking back.

I left and went to stay in an unknown location he followed me one time in a taxi and as I got out the taxi his car stopped behind me he assaulted me again and grabbed my then 2 year old son from me.

I stayed for days not knowing where my son was. I managed to hide at a nearby place as he drove around the block looking for me. He was arrested on the 30th of April 2018 for violation of protection order and made bail on the 4th of May 2018.

And then on the 25th of May this past Friday he managed to get the location of where I was staying got to the house and physically assaulted me again.

I went to open a case again that Friday and than Monday as I went to work going to report why I can’t come to work I saw him driving twice past my workplace looking into the yard of my workplace.

I contacted the police and it was decided that I go into hiding. So now it’s been 5 days now since I opened the case he has not been arrested and I am stuck in one place I can’t go to work my son can’t go to school while he is roaming around the streets of Kimberley.

I am not going to be a statistic while my photo circulates around social media after being beaten or stabbed to death.

Please help the police find him so that me and my son can live a normal life.



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