A new video of Rwandan socialite, Sandra Teta, emerged on social media platforms where she appeared thanking those that campaigned for her as she battled domestic abuse.Teta, who is also an events’ organiser, is engaged to Ugandan artiste Douglas Mayanja, best known as Weasel, with whom they share two children. Weeks back, it emerged Weasel had assaulted her, although social media posts on Twitter suggested she had been attacked by ‘goons’.In the video, Teta does not deny that she was assaulted but calls out those that led the campaign to free her from abusive relations, to stop as it is ruining her brand.“I start off by thanking everyone that tried to reach out to me to find out if I was doing okay, and the kids. I’d really love to appreciate the efforts of Daniella Atim and ‘Mama Ghetto.’ However, I’d kindly ask them to step off my family issue because enough is enough right now,” said Teta in a video.Claims that Teta had been a victim of domestic violence gained traction after Daniella Atim, the US-based wife of Weasel’s brother and famous musician, Jose Chameleon, supported them.According to Teta, “Whatever campaign they’re doing, or whatever post they’re doing are being run on speculations and rumours because none has bothered to call me and ask what was really going on or even ask if I was doing okay.”She went on to say “Another thing, in this whole campaign, you’re bringing down the brand “Sandra Teta”. I worked so hard to be who I am today and as well as Weasel.”Many celebrities and social media users had also come out strongly to condemn the attack and urge justice, with several encouraging her to return home to Rwanda.Her situation caused a public outcry that the Rwandan High Commission in Uganda got involved in the matter, her parents also had to travel to Uganda to rescue her. Teta finally returned to Rwanda with her two children last week.