Doja Cat’s mother files a restraining order against her abusive son

Doja Cat, the Grammy-nominated singer and rapper, is reportedly a victim of physical and verbal abuse by her older brother, Raman Dalithando Dlamini. 

According to reports, Doja Cat’s mother, Deborah Elizabeth Sawyer, filed a temporary restraining order against Dlamini in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging that he had attacked her and Doja on multiple occasions.

Sawyer claimed that Dlamini had knocked out Doja’s teeth, given her cuts and bruises, and stolen and destroyed her property. She also said that he had choked and threatened her several times over the past year, and that he had harassed her and Doja “in a very degrading and demeaning manor.” She added that his abuse had made Doja feel “unsafe and traumatized.”

Sawyer said that she had previously obtained a restraining order against Dlamini, but it had expired. She requested that the court grant her, Doja, and Doja’s 13-year-old nephew protection from Dlamini until a hearing for a permanent restraining order could take place. However, the judge denied Sawyer’s request for Doja’s protection, and advised her to persuade Doja to file a separate request.

Doja Cat, whose real name is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, is the daughter of Sawyer, a painter and a clothing designer, and Dumisani Dlamini, a famous South African actor and dancer. Doja Cat has not publicly commented on the allegations against her brother.

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