- Vicki Momberg has allegedly not repented for her racist ways and continued to use racial slurs against prison officials
- Warders at Johannesburg Prison claim Momberg told them they were uneducated, stupid and that black people lacked intelligence
- Prison officials contacted the NPA for advice on how to deal with the unprovoked attacks from Momberg
Vicki Momberg is facing fresh allegations of racist behaviour after prison warders complained that she continued to use racial slurs against black prison officials. Momberg allegedly told black warders they were under-educated, stupid and that black people lacked intelligence.
The incident is alleged to have taken place on Wednesday, when Momberg was escorted back to Johannesburg Prison after an unsuccessful leave to appeal in the Randburg Magistrates Court. It is alleged that the exchange became so heated that one official nearly struck Momberg.
A court official overheard a conversation where prison officials asked the National Prosecuting Authority for advice on how to deal with the unprovoked attacks from Momberg.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Momberg started hurling insults and racial slurs aimed at the warders when they were transporting her back to prison. By all accounts, the attack was utterly unprovoked.
Officials decided to contact the NPA to find out if prosecutors would support them if they opened a case against her. The prosecutors encouraged them to do so, but the warders decided not to heed their advice.
The matter has been reported to senior prison officials, who have charged Momberg internally. The matter will be dealt with according to the Department of Correctional Services policy. The Department will work with Momberg to correct her actions.
These claims lend credence to the court’s findings that Momberg lacked remorse for her action in 2016 when she used the k-word 47 times on a police officer who tried to help her after she was the victim of a smash-and-grab incident.
If Momberg had shown true remorse for her actions she could well have escaped prison time for her actions.
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