A South Sudanese girl, Thelma Dennis is recovering from a hospital bed after she was brutally battered by her West African boyfriend.
29-year-old Thelma had left The United State of America to visit her Liberian boyfriend, Richards in South Korea, where he proposed to her and thing turned ugly in a very short time.
“Thelma left the USA to have some good time with the boyfriend in Korea but instead of having a good time he ended on a hospital bed with brutal battering by her love, Richards,” a close source to Richards told HIJ.
It is alleged that the boyfriend was pissed after Thelma went over his phone and found his chats with different girls, so she decided to bleached all his clothes in the house.
She shared the pics of herself in blood-stained clothing after the beating to make awareness against domestic violence on social media.
“I know this is the trending topic out there right now for you guys that are using this moment to gossip and Say so much.. spraying videos and picture of my life being taken by someone who have repeatedly abuse women for so many years.. which I later found out but I would not let this stop me and don’t you guys ever think that this will bring me down instead I am here thanking God for my life that I even have the opportunity to be a part of you guys spreading my abuse pictures so I am posting this up in memories for all the women who lost their lives to domestic violence but God spare mine to be a voice for them.. these are my pictures you don’t have to share them because I am sharing it with the world to put an end to domestic violence no woman should ever live with such a man that would do this to her. He is responsible for his actions not me and he would be the one paying for it and he would be brought to justice so don’t waste your time trying to spread rumors or gossip because I am right there with you,” she posted on social media along the pics.
According to a source close to Thelma, Richards is on the run in Korea and the police is asking anyone with information to give it to the police.