Ayanda Thabethe’s baby daddy reportedly on police most wanted

Reportedly, media personality Ayanda Thabethe’s boyfriend and baby daddy Peter Matsimbe is currently on the run from the Sandton Police. Following a pending warrant of arrest against the businessman who has since skipped the country to Zambia to avoid arrest.

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Peter Matsimbe is reported to have been under the police radar from November 2020, after the North Gauteng High Court issuing a warrant of his arrest. Three years later, the police have been working around the clock to capture Matsimbe but to no success.

According to the Sunday World News, Matsimbe’s warrant arrest came after Standard Bank accused Matsimbe of getting a loan from the bank to purchase cars with fraudulent documentation.

“The businessman has been a wanted man since November 2020 after Standard Bank approached the court accusing him of securing a loan with the banking group to buy 10 luxury vehicles using fraudulent documents. Matsimbe bought the vehicles at various dealerships using the loan secured through his company Matsimbe and Co.” reports Sunday World News

The alleged 10 cars that Matsimbe purchased with fraudulent documents includes a luxurious Mclaren MP4 coupe, Lexus LX to name a few. Reportedly, Matsimbe has been coming in and out of the country without any detection whilst with a valid warrant of arrests over his head.

“In the court documents seen by Sunday World, Matsimbe allegedly used fraudulent documents to buy a Mclaren MP4 coupé, a BMW X5 SUV, a Can–Am Maverick, an Audi Q3, a Nissan Navara, a Toyota Hilux, a Toyota Land Cruiser, a Lexus SUV, a Volvo mechanical horse, and a Lexus LX.” reports Sunday World News

The publication continues to mention that; after he failed to comply with an initial court order granted in July 2020 to return the vehicles, Standard Bank took the case back to court, leading to a warrant of arrest being issued.The court order states: “It appears to the record that this court on July 22 2020 granted a decree committing Peter Matsimbe for contempt of court for failing to comply with the aforesaid order of court by failing to deliver the said assets to the applicant.”

Reportedly, thus far the police have since managed to recover two cars while the rest are suspected to have since crossed the Mozambican border.
“The police have since managed to recover two vehicles and are said to be searching for the rest, which are suspected to have already crossed into Mozambique.” reports Sunday World News

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