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Trouble & drama in paradise: Pabi Moloi denies marriage as broke baby daddy wants spousal support

Mzansi radio personality Pabi Moloi’s baby daddy – Ruan Adams – who claims he’s paid lobola for her in 2016 is seeking division of their multimillion-rand estate and R8500 spousal support after the pair separated.

Adams says he’s entitled to 50% of their estate as their customar marriage is recognized by law.

A legal battle is looming between Power FM’s radio personality Pabi Moloi and her baby daddy – Ruan Adams over the legality of their customary marriage and division of their estate.

The letter which has been shared by a local publication states that Adams is entitled to 50% of their estate as their customary marriage was recognised by law as marriage in a community of property.

His lawyer Lutendo Siphuma of SL Attorneys also requests the mother of his child to disclose all the properties and vehicles to the joint estate.

Moloi’s lawyer Vanessa Da Silva of Ulrich Roux & Associates replied to Siphuma:

“Our client specifically denies that she was ever married to your client, be it in terms of civil law or customary law.”

“As such, our client denies that any joint estate exists between herself and your client.”

“In light of the above, our client is under no obligation to furnish your client, nor is your client entitled to demand, the financial documentation requested.”

Moloi also told the Sunday tabloid “there was no marriage” when she was reached for comment.

Pabi Moloi and Ruan Adams

A source close to the couple says Adams insists he and Moloi got married when he paid R25 000 lobola for her.

Adams reportedly has wedding pictures to prove their union and said blankets were handed over on their wedding day and that traditional beer was consumed.

The families danced and Moloi’s grandmother made a speech before handing her over as makoti.

Another source revealed that Adams wants the media personality to pay him R8500 spousal maintenance a month so that he can continue to live the luxurious lifestyle he led during their marriage.

Their joint estate allegedly includes a house in Broadacres in Fourways; a house in Noordwyk, Midrand; a house in Elton Hill and Edenburg in Sandton; and two houses in Waverley.

The estate also includes a white Jeep Cherokee, grey Suzuki, household furniture, her shares, investments, and savings.

His lawyer said the assets should be sold and the proceeds should be shared equally or she could buy him out by paying him half of the value of each property after evaluation by a registered valuer.

The TV and radio personality took to Instagram in 2016 and broke the news to fans with a cozy picture of her and her ‘new hubby’ dressed in traditional attire.

She captioned the image:

“So many people got married last week. Even me! #PermaBae #AlwaysAndForever #MrsA.”

Moloi who is incredibly private when it comes to her personal life posted a picture that hid her ‘husband’s’ face.

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