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Drama on ‘The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip – South Africa’

With eight housewives from five different South African ‘The Real Housewives’ franchises, brought together in Jamaica, of course, there is bound to be drama.

Nonku Williams from ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ has been poking the bear when it comes to Melany Viljoen from ‘The Real Housewives of Pretoria’ on the reality show; enquiring about the allegations about Tammy Taylor Nails and even made accusations that she believes Melany could be in abusive marriage.

As the episodes continue to air and the housewives and viewers binge on all the drama, the Viljoens are not taking the things Nonku has said lightly.

Peet has issued a letter of demand against one of Africa’s longest running housewives, and is suing her for R1 million for defamation of character for alleging that he abuses his wife and that she is in a “cult for one”.

“Peet and Mel from ‘The Real Housewives of Pretoria’ are claiming damages of R 1 million from a glamorous Durban housewife because she claimed Peet abused his wife,” reported Rapport on Sunday.

In a joint statement, Peet argued that the only abuse that Mel has to endure is from carrying all those diamonds around and how he flew her business class to Jamaica as production could only afford economy tickets and how he took her to Miami before she started filming the reality show and also after.

Nonku also claimed that she believes Peet runs Mel‘s life and is responsible for her decision not to have kids. In their statement, Peet refuted the allegation and defended their choice not to have children.

“Mel has literally no family left, nobody to assist should anything happen to me. We are not living in 1955. Women are not worth less when children are not what they desire. I am taken aback by the baby-shaming on the show.”

Nonku has yet to publicly address the lawsuit, but Mel has shared the news on her Instagram for all to see.

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