- The SAPS has confirmed that formal cases of sexual assault have been opened against Euphonik and DJ Fresh
- Earlier this week, a woman took to Twitter to say that the two DJs sexually abused and drugged her at a party
- The woman who said that she was not "stocko" for the night and was simply accompanying her friend to the chillas
Gauteng police have confirmed that official charges have been laid against Euphonik and DJ Fresh for allegedly drugging and raping a young woman back in 2011.
Earlier this week, a woman took to Twitter claiming that the two DJs took advantage of her while she was drunk. She claimed that they had drugged her and raped her.
Police authorities have confirmed to TshisaLive that formal cases of rape have been lodged against the two of them.
The woman requested that her identity remains hidden and revealed that the ordeal happened while she was at a party in 2011. At the time, she was a student at the University of Pretoria.
Police spokesperson Capt Mavela Masondo confirmed that a formal case had been opened against the DJs. He said that no arrests have been made yet.
“As per case the number you provided, I can confirm a case of rape was opened at Sunnyside police station and is under investigation," said Masondo.
The woman said that she was not "stocko" (a term describing a woman who is available for "a good time") but she was simply accompanying her friend to the party and that is when it happened.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Fresh denied the sexual assault accusations and encouraged victims to report crimes. DJ Fresh has finally spoken out about the recent sexual abuse allegations levelled against him.
The muso has been trending on social media for the last three days after a social media user (@Nampree) accused him of sexually assaulting her and three other women. Fresh did not respond to the tweep on social media but instead broke his silence to the media.
Speaking to IOL, DJ Fresh denied the claims. He said that he was hurt that he was in the same position of refuting allegations again.
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