Actress Brenda Jons painfully narrates how she was raped by a man she met in church

By Kevin Koech On Wed, 21 Jul, 2021 11:01 | 2 mins read
Brenda Jons. PHOTO/COURTESY

Internet sensation Brenda Jons, popularly known as Mama Kingston recently opened up about a rape ordeal she went through in 2020.

In a video published on her YouTube channel, the actress disclosed that she met her abuser in church, noting that he was good looking and all ‘fine’ when he first approached her.

Following their first encounter, the man later allegedly reached out to Brenda through Instagram and asked for her number.

“One day I left the service and our church used to serve tea and mandazis. Just as I was walking outside towards the pool area, some guy says hi to me, he was good-looking and fineā€¦ He told me he is a divorcee and has three kids. We talked and liked each other. We later on met. He told me he would like to try to court me,” the actress said.

After making her intentions clear, the man started making frequent trips to Brenda’s house – sometimes unannounced.

“He started bringing me dinner at my place, at the gate. There were a lot of red flags because this guy never showed me where his house was,” Jons added.

It was never a big deal until on the fateful day when he showed up at the actress’s house, tried to force her on himself and when he was rejected, he decided to assault her.

Brendah further disclosed that prior to the recent ordeal, she had been assaulted twice by people she met in the church.

“He puts the beer on the table and pushes me on the seat. I told him to stop it, but he couldn’t listen. I pushed him away and ran to the bedroom, before I locked the door, he was there. He raped me as I begged him to stop,” Brendah painfully narrated.

Adding; “I was asking God, Why? It was the third time someone from the church is doing this to me. I told him, he will remember the day his daughter will be raped. He stopped. Immediately I took a razor and started cutting my hands.”

In a past interview, the actress revealed that she was raped twice by different uncles at the age of 5 and 12 and sexually assaulted by a pastor.

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