- Susan Netshidi, 35, hails from Limpopo
- She claimed the people she thought were her parents may have actually stolen her when she was a child
- However, her "father" has denied this claim
A 35-year-old Limpopo woman has claimed that the people she thought were her parents may have actually stolen her when she was a baby.
Susan Netshidi, from from Ndjelele in Venda, made the startling claim to Daily Sun recently.
She said it all began when she built her own house and left her parents' home. However, she said they didn't take kindly to this.
Susan said her parents labelled her as ungrateful:
They said I should have got them a house instead of building one for myself. They told me I should go and find my own parents.
A surprised Susan questioned them and they allegedly told her that they were not her biological parents. They reportedly said her real mother lived in Honeydew, Johannesburg.
This left Susan devastated. She explained:
I’m hurt. I’m destroyed. I suspect my parents must have stolen me because they don’t have papers from social workers to show that I was adopted.
The distraught woman travelled to Honeydew in a bid to find her parents, Briefly.co.za gathered. She also opened a case against the people who raised her.
However, Phineas Netshidi insisted he is Susan's dad, adding that a DNA test would prove this.
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