By Ivan Mwine
The latest updates about singer Douglas Mayanja aka Weasel’s domestic violence scandal, is that the police are hunting him over allegations of battering his Rwandan baby mama Sandra Teta.
It is alleged that Weasel brutally attacked Sandra last weekend after he accused her of reportedly cheating on him with Fed Kamau Njeru, the Nomads Bar boss.
The day he attacked Sandra, Weasel is also alleged to have stormed Nomads Bar along Gaba Road and caused a scene, on top of uttering a barrage of vulgar words, actions which tantamount to being arrested for Rogue and Vagabond.
Moles reveal that police detectives stormed Weasel’s Neverland crib on Tuesday with intent to arrest him but their efforts to trace him were futile.
The move to arrest Weasel was confirmed by the Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson ASP Luke Owoyesigire, who said that detectives were dispatched to the singer’s home but he was nowhere to be seen.
“Yesterday a team moved to Weasel’s known home, only a care taker was found,” Owoyesigyire said in a tweet.
Owoyesigire added that; “We have information on the alleged victim’s current location and we shall be moving there very soon to ascertain allegations that she is being held against her will in one of the Mayanja family homes.”
He also revealed that the police detectives are working out a way of interviewing Sandra on allegations that she is being held at Weasel’s brother, Jose Chameleone’s home against her will.
It should be noted that over the weekend Chameleone’s wife Daniella Atim came out and condemned Weasel’s domestic violence and called out everyone to fight for Sandra’s rights.
Daniella raised her concern after videos of Chameleone partying with Sandra appeared on social media.
In leaked WhatsApp chats between Chameleone and Daniella, she demands to know why he is moving around with a girl whose face is covered in thick makeup to hide her bruises, instead of first letting her recover.
Meanwhile, it is not yet known where Weasel is hiding currently because Moles say he has since switched off his phones, although the hunt for him is still on.