WATCH: First witness in pastor Omotoso trial testifies

One of the girls who's accused Pastor Timothy Omotoso of sexual abuse, says he used to control his victims' movements. Cheryl Zondi says Omotoso was abusive.

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Known for his hard style of questioning, Timothy Omotoso’s attorney Peter Daubermann didn’t fail to live up to his reputation, asking Cheryl Zondi tough questions during cross examination.

 

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Cheryl Zondi, one of the girls who has accused Durban based Pastor Timothy Omotoso of sexual abuse is back on the witness stand in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth. Courtesy #DStv403

PORT ELIZABETH – Cheryl Zondi, one of the girls who has accused Durban based Pastor Timothy Omotoso of sexual abuse is back on the witness stand in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.

Zondi is being cross-examined by Omotoso’s attorney Peter Daubermann. 

Last week, Zondi gave a harrowing testimony of how Omotoso allegedly sexually violated her at the age of 14.

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She told the court she was taken to his bedroom, when she first arrived at his Umhlanga house.

According to the witness, Omotoso had complete control over the lives of the 20 to 30 girls who lived in the house at the time and that he monitored their every movement.

Zondi says she had to SMS Omotoso five times a day.