A Sunday paper reports that Stanley Obiamalu was detained at the Johannesburg Central Prison and was expected to appear at the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court on Monday.
Three months ago MGOSI.co.za ran an exclusive that South African television personality, rapper, actress, businesswoman, and model Boity Thulo was entangled in serious allegations of “money laundering” with a Nigerian businessman by the name of Stanley Obiamalu.
However, when we contacted (then) Boity Thulo she sent us to her lawyers.
“I’ll have my lawyers call you. Thank you,” Boity Thulo.
A few minutes later it turned out those lawyers (lawyer called later) were her manager who called us back requesting our email address to send a comment about “those things you sent to Boity,” he says.
“My client categorically denies, with contempt, any allegations made by yourselves or your alleged sources,” says Boity’s legal representative, Katlego Malatjie (then).
It is public knowledge that Boity Thulo and Stanley have been seeing each other for more than 12-months(before their secret affair was displayed in public late 2018), this after they apparently met at Rosebank popular Club Harem – where the top of the table blessers of Joburg and outsiders usually chill.
A police officer who spoke with the Sunday paper said members of the crime intelligence pounced on Stanley Obiamalu when he was leaving his Sandton nightclub, Black Door, at about 05:00am (CAT).
Apparently, when cops pounced at Stanley Obiamalu he was wearing a black T-shirt, black jeans and black boots, walking to his black Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon Bra Bass with four women and his brother.
According to the paper the G-Wagon Bra Bass is estimated to cost over R3-million and is only available on pre-order terms.
It is also reported that the cops escorted Stanley Obiamalu to his Waterfall house where they searched it for further evidence but found nothing.
According to the Sunday paper, Stanley Obiamalu was fingered as the mastermind behind the multimillion-rand fraud by his fellow countryman Olatunji Samson Abdul, who was also arrested by the police early this year.
The paper reports that it is alleged that Abdul told the police that he had submitted fraudulent tax returns, which netted him a lot of money.
Apparently, the moola was transferred from the South African Revenue Services (SARS) coffers into Abdul’s account, who then allegedly wired it into Stanley Obiamalu’s account.