Jason Goliath’s wife has spoken out about her traumatic ordeal at the hands of alleged s-e-xual abuser Chris Nkosi.
Sian Bailey-Goliath who wed the comedian early this year – has broken her silence on an alleged [email protected], which came to light through a tweet on social media account @AmINext_SA, which ousts s-e-xual abusers. Jason reacted to the tweet tagging Chris’s ex-girlfriend Lalla Hirayama.
Shortly after, Sian – a PR guru – issued her own statement on the saga. She captioned her emotional response; “I am a rape survivor and I will no longer be silent. #EnoughisEnough”.
— SianAdrienneBailey (@sian_202) September 6, 2019
Sian also plans to lay an official charge against Chris. Meanwhile Comedian Jason Goliath has apologised to TV personality Lalla Hirayama after naming and shaming her in the viral tweet
Lalla – who dated the club promoter for over 5 years – reacted to the tweet by issuing a lengthy statement detailing her abusive relationship with Chris and claiming that she was aware of the alleged assault. She also pledged to support to the victim.
Lalla as well as dozens of tweeps also hit back at Jason for tagging her in the original tweet. Now, Jason has issued an apology for his actions.
. @Lalla_Hirayama I would like to apologise for tagging you. In my rage and because you were mentioned in @AmINext_SA tweet sharing my Wife’s rape story without her consent. It was a cry to break the silence. I am broken. I am part of the problem. #EnoughIsEnough https://t.co/6VxQWgCipv
— Jason Goliath (@JasonGoliath) September 6, 2019
He tweeted; “@Lalla_Hirayama I would like to apologise for tagging you. In my rage and because you were mentioned in @AmINext_SA tweet sharing my wife’s rape story without her consent. It was a cry to break the silence. I am broken. I am part of the problem. #EnoughIsEnough”
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The businessman with a taste for expensive fast cars set out to ‘shut down’ the N3 ahead of his trip to the Durban July as part of his self-proclaimed, ‘Sam’s Convoy’. Mshengu, or Sam Holdings – the name of his logistics company, appears to have interests in mining and logistics. Read more