Warrant of Arrest Issued For Robert Mugabe Junior As Mugabe Brothers’ Wild Ways Continue
The legal woes of former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe’s sons continue to escalate as a warrant of arrest has been issued for Robert Mugabe Junior. The 31-year-old is facing assault charges after allegedly attacking Robert Karimbika at a party in Strathaven, Harare, back in February. This latest development adds to the growing list of controversial incidents involving the sons of the late President.
A Night of Chaos: Alleged Assault and Vandalism
According to reports, Robert Mugabe Junior’s troubles began when he assaulted Robert Karimbika at a party in Strathaven. Not only was Karimbika assaulted, but the hosts of the party and other attendees also reported cases of vandalism against their cars and properties. The victims promptly reported the incident to the police, leading to Mugabe Junior’s initial arrest on February 19.
The warrant of arrest for Robert Mugabe Junior was issued after he failed to appear in court to answer to the charges.
Known for Lavish Parties and Controversial Encounters
Robert Mugabe Junior, along with his younger brother Bellarmine Chatunga, has gained notoriety for hosting extravagant parties both in Zimbabwe and abroad. Their lavish lifestyle and social media presence have attracted attention and sparked controversy. In October 2022, Robert Jr. made headlines after a video surfaced of a heated exchange between him and a woman named Bertha, demanding payment after their alleged one-night stand.
Chatunga Bellarmine: Another Son, Another Arrest Warrant
The legal troubles surrounding the Mugabe family extend beyond Robert Mugabe Junior. In April, Chatunga Bellarmine, the youngest son of the late President, also had an arrest warrant issued against him. Chatunga and his accomplice, Tatenda Chinyiku, were accused of assaulting Lazarus Pairemanzi and damaging his vehicle’s window panel during an altercation.
Escalating Legal Battles for the Mugabe Family
The recent arrest warrants for Robert Mugabe Junior and Chatunga Bellarmine further compound the legal challenges faced by the sons of the former President. These incidents highlight a pattern of alleged misconduct and raise questions about the influence and responsibility that comes with being part of a prominent political family.
As the legal proceedings unfold, the Mugabe family’s reputation continues to be marred by these troubling encounters. The public awaits the resolution of these cases and hopes for a more responsible and accountable behavior from the sons of the late President.