A warrant of arrest has been issued for actress Faye Peters’ husband Anthony Vaughan.
DRUM understands the two fled the country in light of the liquidation of Vaughan’s businesses.
According to themediaonline the Master of the High Court in Cape Town authorised a warrant for the arrest of Vaughan, who is the director of Media Nova and various other publishing companies.
In a letter to the Master of the High Court Vaughan listed reasons why he could not attend an inquiry into the liquidation of Media Nova.
Media Nova published The Property Magazine.
In the letter Vaughan said: “I have had to look overseas for business opportunities such that I can financially provide for my family. My family and I relocated overseas recently to pursue business opportunities more financially viable under the circumstances. We hope to return to South Africa in due course.”
Vaughan is alleged to have left a trail of debt in South Africa, in particular owing printers over R10-million.
Peters, who has a four-month-old with Vaughan, was seen tweeting on Tuesday and there have been no indications on her whereabouts on the platform.
Peters, who once starred in Generations was last seen on our screens in the cancelled soap The Wild.