A scorned Bulawayo woman left a courtroom shocked when she swore against her ex-lover who had claimed they never had sexual intercourse during the subsistence of their relationship saying she knew him in his full nudity which he exposed to her while apparently begging for sex.
In a bid to prove that she once had sexual intercourse with Michael George Jacobs (pictured above), Dr Muriel De Souza from Sauerstown said her ex-lover had “plain” buttocks, a distinctive body feature that only those who had sexual intercourse with him would know.
De Souza said on the initial occasion, Jacobs came to her place of residence and begged her for sex but she refused before he forcibly pulled her legs apart while inserting his fingers into her organ.
“I am surprised that Mr Michael George Jacobs is saying we never had sexual intercourse during the subsistence of our four-year relationship. I have evidence to prove that we were in a sexual relationship. I do know his body in its naked form.
“He had plain buttocks, a distinctive body feature that only those who ever had sexual intercourse with him would know. This distinct body feature can be checked by a third person and proven as evidence sufficient to sustain my claims that Mr Jacobs indeed appeared stark naked before me,” she said.
Dr De Souza’s stunning disclosures came out during Jacobs’ “unsuccessful” application for a peace order.
Jacobs claimed De Souza threatened to shoot him as punishment for ending their relationship.
He also told presiding magistrate Evylene Mashavakure that De Souza was stalking him and sending him threatening messages while demanding money saying it was damages for inserting his fingers into her organ.
“I know Muriel De Souza as a friend and we met four years ago at a city fast food outlet where we exchanged our business cards. She later invited me to her house to discuss business issues but she ended up kissing me after she invited me to her bedroom where she pulled down my pair of trousers while forcing me to have sexual intercourse with her but I refused.
“To calm her down I told her that I was HIV positive. I never had sex with her as she is alleging. I am applying for a peace order against her since she is now threatening me and at the same time demanding $11 500 from me saying its damages for indecently assaulting her. She is also spreading false claims that she is engaged to me and that she is pregnant yet we never had sex together,” he said.
Jacobs’ application was however, dismissed by the magistrate who said it was supposed to be an application for a protection order instead of a peace order as there was “sufficient” evidence that the two were once in a relationship.
In his new application for a protection order which was presided over by Bulawayo magistrate Usheunesu Matova the two parties were however, ordered to keep peace towards each other.