Doja Cat’s brother accused of abusing the rapper and knocking HER teeth out

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ASSAULT – Rapper Doja Cat’s mother, Deborah Elizabeth Sawyer is seeking a restraining order against her son and wants her daughter to get protection from him as well.

What the Lawsuit Says

Sawyer filed legal documents alleging 30-year-old Raman Dalithando Dlamini has abused his mother as well as Doja Cat, birth name Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini.

A source says Doja has allegedly ‘had her teeth knocked out by Raman’ and gotten cuts and bruises from his physical abuse.

More Charges Against Raman

He’s also accused of stealing and destroying property belonging to Doja, being ‘very degrading and demeaning’ verbally, and leaving the 28-year-old ‘Paint the Town Red’ artist feeling ‘unsafe and traumatized.’

Sawyer alleges she was physically abused and threatened by Dlamini ‘multiple times over the past year, claiming the most recent incident happened earlier this month,’ per source.

A judge has reportedly granted Sawyer court-ordered protection ‘pending a hearing for a permanent restraining order.’

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Not the First Time

It’s not the first time she’s gotten one against him, but the previous order has expired.

Going Forward …

Doja Cat will be required to make her filing if she wants legal protection from her brother.

… Since one has Expired

In the documents, Doja’s mom noted that she previously had a restraining order against her son, but it has since expired.

Who is Doja Cat?

Doja, real name Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini – was born in Los Angeles to Deborah, an American graphic designer of Jewish heritage, and Dumisani Dlamini, a South African performer of Zulu descent.

He is most known for playing Crocodile in the original Broadway cast of the musical Sarafina! and the 1992 film adaptation.

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