Mai TT granted free bail after arrest over fraud, theft of trust property
Popular comedienne Felistas “Mai TT” Murata on Thursday was granted free bail in a case she is facing charges of fraud and theft of trust property.
The musician and actress, according to NewsDay, appeared at the Harare Magistrates Court facing fraud and theft of trust property charges after she borrowed US$10 000 from a local businesswoman before she surrendered a hired vehicle as collateral security.
She was released on free bail because she had come from home and she was not in police custody.
Mai TT is not new to arrests. In November 2020, she was arrested over allegations she hired thugs for US$200 to have her ex-friend Memory Muyaka known as Mai Deco beat up or even killed for leaking secrets.
The controversial social media entertainer was picked up by cops and detained at Marlborough police station in Harare after an audio leaked suggesting she wanted to have thugs beat up Mai Deco.
The alleged hired thugs were caught lying in wait for the attack at Mapalo Gardens.
Police were called in and the thugs confessed to having been paid and produced audio recordings as well as conversations between them and Mai Titi.