Bonnie took to social media to accuse Amaru Da Costa of “raping” her. On Tuesday she said that after a year she was rapped, she bumped into Amaru Da Costa at Universal Music!t’s not the first time that
“Exactly a year after he raped me, I bump into him at Universal Music, he stood behind my desk, I turned around, he was starring at me. He doesn’t scare me, I starred right back and he left,” wrote Bonnie.
Bonnie said that she hopes that she does not cross paths with Amaru Da Costa again.
“I just hope that we don’t cross paths again because it won’t be a stare from me,” said Bonnie.
One of her followers wanted to confirm if they were talking about the same Amaru Da Costa and asked: “Black Coffe’s S.A. manager, right?” and Bonnie responded by saying, “Him.”
“Also the people that called to check on me after he raped me, laugh their lungs out with him, I witnessed it,” said Bonnie.
In 2019 MGOSI.co.za telephoned Bonnie (a well-known public relations practitioner) and she referred all questions to her legal representatives.
“Send me the questions and I’ll forward them to my lawyers so that they can call you,” she has since said.
In a series of tweets, she claimed that after the ordeal Amaru Da Costa went on to claim to be her “boyfriend”.
“Boyfriends are capable of rape too. The police did me dirty too and said I have no evidence. I am on antidepressants, seeing my therapist weekly. He threatened to sue me. He can go ahead,” Bonnie said.
Last year she also wrote that Amaru Da Costa’s lawyers have emailed her wanting her to delete her tweets about the accused rapist.
“They want me to apologize to him for refusing to be silenced by him. They want me to vow not to ever mention him. I opened a case which the police failed to investigate,” said Bonnie.