Three Police Stations Allegedly Turned Away Former MMA Fighter Accused Of Sexual Assault. A previous mixed martial arts fighter, Jorge Luindula, has been accused of raping a woman in Boksburg in Johannesburg.
A former mixed martial arts fighter,Patrick Jorge Luindula, has been accused of raping a woman in Boksburg in Johannesburg. The alleged event is said to have occurred on Friday in a club called La Boom, this was after he went to a boxing event, where he was the master of ceremony. The case was filed against him the day after the event happened.
The man reportedly went to police stations trying to hand himself over but he was turned away three times before his statement was eventually taken by the police officers. He first went to the Bedfordview police station, where he was turned away because his case was not registered at the police station. He then went to the Primrose station, where they directed him to Boksburg. He went to the Boksburg police station, where they told him to go Boksburg North.
In Boksburg North police station, an official took his statement. He was apprehended on Tuesday but the apprehension was not too long. He allegedly released before he even went to court. The mixed martial arts fighter says he was being taken out because of insufficient evidence. According to News24, the woman was lured to a nearby rubble site when she came to get her daughter later on in the night. The man reportedly told her that her daughter might be in the parking lot, she didn’t know where the parking lot was situated, so he offered to show her where it is. When they couldn’t find her daughter he reportedly told her that there was a gate leading to her vehicle.
That’s when he started sexually violating her. The woman allegedly tried to make him stop but the man wasn’t listening to her, she eventually froze up while the man violated her. The mixed martial arts fighter says his innocent, he says he did have intercourse with a lady on that night but it was with consent. However, he says the case is not taken largely. Jorge Luindula says, “This is rape we are talking about in a country where women and children are being killed every day, It’s almost like nobody is taking it seriously. I am so shocked that that a rape has been taken so lightly. “Brigadier Mathapelo Peteers, the police spokesperson, says the matter is under examination by the Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Units.
by Alexandra Ramaite