Euphonik demands case number from police, gets dragged on social media

Euphonik demands case number from police, gets dragged on social media

- Euphonik took to social media recently to demand a case number from the cops

- Euphonik and DJ Fresh allegedly sexually assaulted a woman back in 2011

- Police have confirmed that a case of sexual assault has been opened against both the musicians

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DJ Euphonik got dragged on social media after he demanded a case number from police. The musician and his buddy DJ Fresh are accused of sexually assaulting a woman back in 2011.

The woman took to Twitter a few days ago and shared that both Euphonik and Fresh allegedly drugged and raped her back in 2011 when she was still a student. A case of sexual assault has been opened against both the musicians.

Euphonik took to the micro-blogging app on Sunday, 17 January and shared that they're still waiting for a case number. The radio presenter wrote:

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"Hi @SAPoliceService, not sure who we can talk to but we’re waiting for a case number and eagerly anticipating details. Thank you."

Tweeps took to Euphonik's comment section and shared mixed thoughts on his post. Check out some of their comments below:

@Matome_Kay wrote:

"After you guys have been cleared, please open a case against that woman and set a stern example. This has to end..."

@AmoSephiri16 said:

"Yesterday YOU posted a statement alluding that you are to step away from public work engagements until this matter has been resolved and the law taken its course, and yet you are here asking for a case number on TWITTER."

@SbuTitan commented:

"Have you ever seen @SAPoliceService give case numbers on Twitter?

@Gama_Mbokane wrote:

"We should have learned something from the Lady Zamar and Sjava case. We can say all bad things, but Twitter will never prosecute anyone. The courts want a solid case before they can do that, abadlali nje."
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@kabaneAbe added:

"This arrogance is gonna wear off soon. My suggestion to you, stay out of social media irrespective of what you did or did not."
Euphonik demands case number from police, gets dragged on social media

Euphonik got dragged after he demanded a case number from police. Image: @euphonik
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In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Fresh has taken to social media to comment on the allegations of rape levelled against him and his friend Euphonik. The veteran radio presenter took to Twitter on Monday, 18 January and shared that he doesn't know the woman who has accused him of drugging raping her back in 2011.

"This is all so weird, having to explain myself about a person I don’t even know!!!!"

Briefly.co.za also reported that 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 last week, a woman took to Twitter claiming that the two DJs took advantage of her while she was drunk.

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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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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