'I have blood on my fingers and blood all over my toes': Alleged recording of Joost and Amor leaked

2017-08-04 11:54
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The recording of the alleged sensational telephonic conversation between Amor and Joost was anonymously delivered to Netwerk24 in Cape Town on a memory stick on Thursday.

Read more: Joost and Amor: Explosive tape leaked – but it’s been manipulated, she says

According to Netwerk24, a note described the volatile conversation as a ‘recording that was supplied by an unknown source who believes the public should know the truth’.

In the recording, the voice of a woman can be heard, supposedly Amor’s, describing how a family member apparently attacked her.

“I have blood on my fingers and blood all over my toes,” she can be heard saying.

The shortened version of the recording was anonymously sent to YOU in July.

“I think the recording was manipulated to make me look as bad as possible,” Amor initially said when she was questioned over the contents of the audio recording.

She did admit that parts of the recording features her voice, but believes it consists of recordings taken over a time period, compiled and possibly even falsified.

Joost’s brother, Pieter, denied he had anything to do with the making or spreading of the video when YOU first questioned him about it.

He didn’t want the video published, as it would largely affect the children.

Read more: Amor’s legal team hit back after controversial video: ‘It’s no secret there was animosity between Amor and Joost’

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