Brickz Pays His R80k Bail
Remember Brickz’s who got a jail sentence of 15 years in prison by Roodepoort Magistrates Court last year after he as found guilty of raping was found guilty of raping a relative? He is getting soon as he has met his bail terms.
Confirmation came from Brickz’s lawyer Piet Du Plessis wo told TshisaLIVE the amount had already been paid on monday morning having being raised over the weekend. He said
“I have confirmed with his family that he will be released today (Monday).”
Further enquiries were directed to Brickz’s producer Grey Mafumbu, who stated that Step Ahead Productions had handled the bail payment.
“He is one of us and so we paid the bail. We were just waiting on some of the directors to sign off on the payment.”
Grey noted that the company chose to carry on with the bail payment due to their support for Brickz.
“Money doesn’t matter in this case. It is not that we support the negative things. It is about supporting Brickz.”
However Brickz’s has shown no remorse over the situation as was said by the father of the victim.
“She’s wounded and feels betrayed. She often asks how her uncle could do this to her. She also stresses she’ll never regain her confidence and self-esteem. But despite all the pain and struggle, she’s relieved it’s all over. My daughter isn’t in a happy place. Although he was found guilty, my daughter isn’t free nor at peace because he hasn’t shown remorse. But I hope one day his eyes open and he’ll see the light,” the father told Drummagazine.
Piet refuted such saying tagging it as “nonsense”.
“It is not a matter of remorse. You must remember that he is pleading not guilty and maintaining his innocence. So, how can he have remorse in the sense that he would have remorse for attacking her?”
He revealed that Brickz’s was excited about going home once more and looks to carry on from where he stopped in his career.
Brickz made it known that he had been receiving courses to better himself and they have given him time to think very well.
“I’ve taken each and every course that has come way in prison in a mission to better myself. I’ve given myself time to sit and think about this matter, being in prison is not a good thing. But if I have to go back to prison, I will give myself time, work on my craft, work on myself and make myself a better person.”