Beautiful woman horribly beaten by boyfriend reveals how police treated her instead of protecting her 

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A South African woman who was brutally beaten by her boyfriend has revealed that the police did little in helping her when her boyfriend physically assaulted her.

The lady, Ntokozo Mbatha thought she could seek refuge in the police force but instead she was asked to go home and settle things with with her abusive boyfreind.

“Go and talk things through,” a police officer told her when she went to open a case.

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Speaking from her home in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg, mother of two told ScrollaAfrica, that the police took the abuser into custody and later left her alone with him in a room to sort out their differences.

Ntokozo said that her boyfriend, a taxi owner, assaulted her on Friday, October 8. He said she had disrespected him.

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“I was with my sister and friends when he joined us. We took my sister to her house on the other side of Alexandra and on our way back, he pulled over and told me I was disrespecting him,” she said.

When they got to the boyfriend’s house, he became more aggressive.

“He pounded my face as if I was a dangerous animal trying to kill him,” Ntokozo said.

While she was being hit, she feared he would end her life using his two firearms. Ntokozo said that this was not the first time her boyfriend had abused her.

Three months ago, they had an argument at her house. He took her to his house and locked her up and went to get his firearms.

“He came with the firearms and fired a live round at my friends who were trying to defend me, narrowly missing one of them,” she said.

Ntokozo said she went to the Alexandra police station on Friday night to open a case and that was when the officer took them to a room and told them to sort out their fight.

“I walked out and demanded to lay criminal charges against him.”

Meanwhile, police spokesperson Captain Kay Makhubele said police are investigating a case of assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm (GBH).

Makhubele said the suspect appeared in the Alexandra Magistrate’s Court and was released on bail.

Information from LIB was also used in this report.

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