TV personality Letoya Makhene-Pulumo and her wife Lebo Keswa-Pulumo are reportedly victims of stalking.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE the couple said that they are "living in fear" because of a stalker who they claim has "malicious intent".
The couple, who recently made headlines for allegedly skipping out on a R2000 bill at Fireroom, told TshisaLIVE that it was the alleged stalker who spread the false rumour on Facebook.
Speaking to City Press, the couple confirmed that they settled their dining bill.
Letoya, who, following the restaurant incident was the victim of a robbery, suspects that the crime, during which her bag containing her cellphone and car keys were stolen, was orchestrated by the alleged stalker - who is believed to be aware of their movements.
The couple has reportedly opened a case of cyberbullying and intimidation.
Channel24 reached out to Letoya and Lebo for more information about the alleged stalking and Police spokesperson Captain Mavela Masondo to confirm if a case had been opened.