- Presley Chweneyagae was arrested on earlier this month for allegedly assaulting his wife
- The actor said that he and his wife had an argument which resulted in him being detained by police in Pretoria North on assault charges
- He further went on to say that he would never want to hurt his wife and they argue just like any other couple does
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The River actor Presley Chweneyagae was arrested at the beginning of September for allegedly assaulting his wife. The altercation between Presley and his wife took place on 5 September 2020 according to a report by the Daily Sun.
Following the incident, Presley was detained at the Pretoria North police station on common assault charges.
The actor confirmed his arrest to the publication and spoke about what transpired between him and his wife. Presley said that they had an argument when she refused to give him his car keys as he had a work commitment.
He further went on to say that he is not a violent man and that it was the first time something like this happened between the couple.
He left after taking the keys and afterwards received a call from the police that there was a case that had been opened against him.
Presley said: "There was no assault on her or myself. I followed the relevant protocols by handing myself over to the police, with whom I am co-operating with."
Chweneyagae spoke about gender-based violence and how he is supportive of the cause. He also said that he and his wife have arguments just like any other couple but he would never want to hurt her.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a woman who left her husband after cooking him his favourite meal. A woman with the Facebook name, Claire Nnadi, has revealed how she left her ex-husband after making love to him and serving him his best meal. After she did those like a good wife without the intention of jilting her man very soon, she also kissed him goodbye before the man went out to watch football at Ajah.
Briefly.co.za learnt that she said that they lived in Magodo. Claire said she knew she had a maximum of four hours before the man would return to the house.
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