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Mbau 'did not overdose on drugs'

By Zenoyise Madikwa | Jul 15, 2010 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

SOCIALITE Khanyi Mbau remained in hospital yesterday, with her condition being described as serious.

On Tuesday the drama queen was rushed to a private clinic after allegedly suffering a nervous breakdown.

A source said she had a fit and collapsed at breakfast with her best friend, Mbali Maphumulo.

Her manager, Linda Mokoetsi, told Sowetan yesterday that Mbau was not responding to medication and her condition was getting worse.

"She is still weak and out. She passed out again this morning and they sedated her. We are praying she will pull through."

Mokoetsi denied rumours that Mbau had taken a drug overdose.

"I can safely say that it was not a drug overdose. The doctors have tested her for drugs and the tests came back negative. So anyone who thought it was an overdose can rest assured she is clean."

Social networking pages have been inundated with messages of support and condemnation for Mbau. Some tweets called it karma, while other people accused Primrose, the wife of her former sugar daddy Theunis Crous, of cursing her for stealing her husband.

When Sowetan called Crous yesterday he said he was fed-up with hearing about Mbau.

"I am sick and tired of this woman's stories. I am a married man. I have a family. Why must I be bothered about a crazy woman who does not know what she wants. I tried to help her but she does not want help."

Sowetan tried to contact Mbau on her cellphone but her calls are answered by Mokoetsi.



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