I'm a prostitute Your Worship, I sell sex: Harare woman confesses in court

Published on 07 July 2014
Written by Staff Reporter

A self-confessed prostitute is seeking to bar her former client from visiting the bar where she sells sex to men who don't mind paying for the forbidden fruit.

Memory Nyembe told Harare civil court that she does not want her former client, Milton Muchemwa, to visit a local leisure spot in Glen View where she hunts of sex-starved men as he (Milton) is disturbing her 'adulterous business'.

"I am into sex work business and Milton was my client at first but ended up being my boyfriend. I want a protection order against him. he has been coming to the bar where I sell sex and he is perpetrating violence towards me. he throws stones at me and most of the time he interrupts me when I am with my 'friends'," said Memory.

Milton said memory was only distancing herself from him to avoid paying him US$170 that she owed him.

"She does her business in the bar and I have never interrupted her activities. I would never try to do so because she is well connected at the bar. I should have applied for the protection order myself because she is the one who harasses me whenever she sees me at the bar. She once threw an empty bottle at me but I wasn't hurt because I managed to flee.

"The reason why she doesn't want me there is because she doesn't want to pay me back my money. each time I have tried to ask her for the money she makes false allegations on me to the police," said the man who fell in love with a prostitute.

Meanwhile, the protection order was granted in favour of Memory.




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jcb
+1 # jcb 2014-07-07 12:15
HOW CAN YOU BAR SOMEONE TO A PUBLIC PLACE
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leslie
0 # leslie 2014-07-07 14:23
kkkkkk the boy need his money plz the bitch must pay
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muzimbo
0 # muzimbo 2014-07-07 16:19
Does this mean the state condones prostitution?
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Jonso
0 # Jonso 2014-07-08 09:43
Just repent comrades. Siyai izvi zvechipfambi.
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