Beautiful Jubilee Senator in love drama days after being elected
As the third wife, she is accused of mistreating her step children.
The 43-year-old, yet-to be sworn in, Senator has found herself in the middle of custody case where her multi billionaire Sam Mburu’s first wife is fighting him for full custody of their children.
According to one of the local dailies, the first wife, Beatrice Wanjiku, moved to the Chief Magistrate’s Court in Nairobi to dispute her husband’s plea for their children’s custody claiming that Susan ‘hates them.’
Wanjiku’s affidavit dated April 2016 was in response to Sam Mburu’s application to alter the consent order of custody of children that was issued in 2013. It explains how the two children go through a hard time when they visit her ex-husband. In context, Susan has been accused for violently swearing and distancing herself from the children.
The children have complained to me about the applicant’s wife who hates the children, orders them away from her and violently swears at them that for calling her old.
It states, 'The children have complained to me about the applicant’s wife who hates the children, orders them away from her and violently swears at them that she never wants to see them again. When the stepmother is asked why she behaves that way, she says the children are ‘grumpy’ and call her grandy on account of her advanced age.'
Susan who is a decade older than her husband, is said to be his third wife.
According to Wanjiku, giving Sam custody over their children is subjecting them to the whims and mercies of an absentee dad, stepmother, mistress or simply other women.
Beatrice based her claims in court on what her children have told her. In her affidavit, she stated Sam, is never home when the children go to visit and leaves them with their harsh stepmother, Susan.
Sam Mburu who is allegedly the man behind Susan’s extravagant campaigns that saw her spend millions on helicopters and high end expensive cars, was accused of infidelity, domestic violence, alcoholism and miraa addiction.
Beatrice who left her job to manage their family business claimed that he was engaging in reckless sexual relationships, thereby endangering their lives and had left their matrimonial home, leaving her and the children to fend for themselves.
She asked the court to make him pay a lump sum amount of Sh18,168,000 to cater for the maintenance money that sums to Sh767,000 per month for two years as his intention was to abandon the her and their children completely.
Her suit listed down his sources of income including 43 rental flats in Embakasi’s Airport North Road, 62 flats in Kitengela, 15 rental houses in Nakuru and six luxury cars and Landmark Freight Services, which has two branches in China rakes in profits estimated at Sh10 million monthly.
However the court granted joint custody and a Sh597,000 monthly maintenance allowance, including Sh140,000 for food.
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