Shrien Dewani, who ordered a hit on his wife in SA, is back with a boyfriend

Shrien Dewani, who ordered a hit on his wife in SA, is back with a boyfriend

Four years after being cleared for the murder of his wife, Shrien Dewani has a new love in his life- and this time it is not a woman.

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The millionaire business man is showing off his boyfriend, Gledison Lopez Martins, eight years after his wife was murdered in South Africa.

While his relationship with a man might come as a shock to many, his bisexual preferences came into light during the murder trial of his wife, whom he was accused of ordering a hit on while on their honeymoon in South Africa.

However, in 2014 the English businessman was acquitted of all charges against him. Although many might feel Dewani deserves a second chance at love, his former in-laws are not to happy about it.

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According to an article by The South African, Anni's uncle, Ashok explained their family was still bitter about her marriage and murder.

Briefly.co.za learned Ashok said Dewani, 38, is yet to make time to talk to their family. He added his brother, Vinod, deserved to hear from him how he managed to move on.

Ashok also said the family felt betrayed about Dewani's "secret gay life" and he owns them an apology.

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