Woman places camera in daughter-in-law’s bedroom
A HARARE woman has approached the court seeking a peace order against her mother-in-law who allegedly placed a camera in her bedroom.
Koren Sizwe took Chantelle Mabusi to Harare Civil Court accusing her of stalking and insulting her at her matrimonial home.
“She placed her camera in my bedroom and I feel offended.
“She insults me saying l am barren,” said Sizwe.
“Mabusi took the video to church to show her friends and looked for a new bride for her son because l am infertile.
“She posted the videos on her Facebook page.
“She also treats me like an outcast and told me that she hates me.
“My mother-in-law sings hymns to mock and disappoint me; she makes sure l feel unwanted and useless.
“My brother-in-law also told me in riddles that I am childless,” she added.
Mabusi did not dispute the allegations as she described her daughter-in-law as rude because she is infertile.
“I am fed up with her; she is barren and it is now eight years without a child.
“I want my son to leave an heir when he dies.
“I am so and so’s grandmother.
“Your worship I placed a camera in her bedroom to see what she does. l am not insulting her but l want to know,” said Mabusi.
Magistrate Nyasha Marufu postponed the matter to July 5 as she said she wanted time to watch the video.