How Twitter smear got Pulse columnist Sh9M!
It was a single punchy and stinking Twitter post that went viral getting an entire showbiz industry on alert as Pulser and Pulse columnist was accused of assault. And when the tables turned round during a ground breaking ruling on Monday, Smitta, the accused who had gone to court to turn the case round had the last, and loudest laugh.
The writer who left for Italy for a literary annual conference is smiling all the way to the bank – Sh9 million richer – simply at the fall of the hammer.
It all started when she tweeted to the effect that the celebrated author was a sexual offender who doesnt deserve to be idolised, a statement that sparked a debate online.
In the Pulse Magazine tomorrow, get to read the EXCLUSIVE story of a matter that started off in 2014 at a house in Spring Valley, dragging through the corridors of justice till final verdict was given this week. ONLY IN PULSE!