A Glen View woman has been accused of stripp!ng her 12-year-old son and dumping him outside her ex-lover’s workplace.
Christopher Nyagope said this when he successfully applied for a peace order against his former lover, Charity Musona yesterday.
Christopher said he separated with Charity 12 years ago, but she has a tendency of stalking him demanding his attention.
“She stripped her son nak3d at my workplace and then left him there just to spite me,” said Christopher.
“We had an affair 12 years ago and then suddenly this year she just showed up at my workplace saying we have a son together.
“She now has tendency of bringing the child to my workplace whenever she wants.
“She has always known my workplace and where was she all these years.
Why now,” he said.
Charity argued that Christopher must take responsibility for his son.
“I don’t have a problem if the order is granted, but he must be a responsible father,” she said.
Magistrate Tamara Chibindi ordered Charity not to insult and harass Christopher.
“You are not to go anywhere near his shop at Machekwa store 1021 Glen View area 8, Harare,” said the magistrate.