On October 10, model and former actress Maggie Wilson condemned the arrest of her mom, Sonia Nales, for an alleged carnapping.
Wilson noted what happened during the arrest through her Instagram stories. She seemingly called out her former husband, the businessman Victor Casunji, implying his possible involvement in the case.
“A few moments ago, multiple police officers came to arrest my mom. My mother has looked after OUR son and You through thick and thin. You’ve hit a new low.”
She then maintained that she would continue to document details about the arrest.
“PS. Everything has been and will continue to be [documented] in detail. The government wouldn’t listen, and the justice wouldn’t [listen], but I’m sure the rest of the world will. One man is about to bring great shame to our country.”
Wilson also pointed out that her mom couldn’t have been involved in a carnapping case since Nales doesn’t even have a license nor knows how to drive.
“My 64-year-old mother was arrested this morning for car napping. She doesn’t have a license, [let alone] knows how to drive.”
Tim Connor, who got dragged into the issue between Wilson and Casunji, expressed dismay over the arrest of Wilson’s mom.
I’ve seen some strange things in my lifetime, but today, seeing Maggie’s 64-year-old mother arrested for stealing a car despite never having a driver’s license, let alone knowing how to drive a car, is an eye-opener.
He also surmised that Casunji allegedly got Wilson and her mom arrested because he was so angry that he no longer had control over his ex-wife.
I am unsure how you tell your son that you had his Mother and Grandmother arrested because you were so angry that you no longer had control of your ex-wife.
I am no angel, but [I guess] we all have different ethics and values in life.
Unfortunately, desperate times call for desperate measures.
Currently, Wilson confirmed that her mother is out on bail.
Earlier, Wilson revealed a smear campaign against her by influencers who allegedly got paid to attack her on social media platforms using similar talking points.