Roux: OP yesterday we finished were you had entered the toilet, please can you carry on.
OP: I knelt down next to Reeva, her weight was on the toilet bowl.
OP: I sat there, I don't know for how long and cried.
OP: I heard her breathing and then put her weight against me so that I could try and pick her up.
OP: I swivelled my body to try and lean up against the door to try and pick her up.
OP: I tried to carry her out of the bathroom.
OP: I noticed her cellphone had fallen into the toilet. I could see her arm was hanging and broken.
OP: I pulled her phone out of the toilet but I couldn't unlock it as it had a password on. I ran to the bedroom to get my cellphone and phoned Mr. Stander.
OP: He lives in the estate.
OP: I then phoned 911, they told me I need to get her to a hospital. I went back to Reeva and tried to carry her down stairs but her weight was to much for me.
OP: I ran downstairs to open the front door, because I knew I wouldn't be able to open the door while carry Reeva.
OP: I went back upstairs to fetch Reeva and took her downstairs.
OP: Mr. Stander and Miss. Stander arrived and he told me to put Reeva down on the floor.
OP: I was trying to help Reeva, I was crying. I knelt down beside Reeva, with my finger in her mouth to try help her airways.
OP: The paramedics arrived.
OP: We tried to help her, when they arrived they asked for some space to work, so I stood up.
Roux: Do you remember going to the kitchen?
OP: She had already died, I knew there was nothing that they could do for her.
Roux: Did you at some stage go to the kitchen?
OP: I stood back when they arrived, a couple of metres away from them. It is an open plan house.
OP: A lady paramedic came to me and said she would like to inform me that Reeva had past.
OP: The paramedic asked me for some form of identification. Her handbag was in my room, I picked it up. I didn't go through it. Miss.Stander was standing there, I gave the bag to her.
OP: I then went with Miss Stander downstairs to where the paramedics were. I sat on the floor in the kitchen crying.
OP: I don't know how long time had past. The police arrived shortly there after.
Roux: Do you know how it was?
OP: Two officer dressed in civilian clothing. One officer had shorts on, both casually dressed. Col. Van Rensburg arrived more or less at the same time.
OP: He addressed me, but I was unable to speak to him. I just sat there crying. Some time had past and a police officer me to stay in the kitchen.
OP: Another officer asked if there was any one else in the home. I motioned to him that there wasn't. He went up stair. At times I couldn't stand, I would just sit there.
OP: There were more policeman in the house, some going upstairs.
OP: I asked an officer if I could wash my hands as the smell of the blood was making me sick. He said he would ask Mr. Van Rensburg.
OP: Mr. Van Rensburg came to me and said I could. I washed my hands and my face, I don't remember washing my chest.
OP: At some stage Mr Hitlon Botha arrived and introduced himself and asked if I could remember him. He went upstairs as well.
OP: I stayed in the kitchen because every time I went around the corner I saw Reeva and became sick. I sat in the kitchen and also in the pantry.
Roux: Do you remember the photographer arriving?
OP: I was still in the kitchen, the second time Van Rensburg went upstairs he came to me and said I didn't need to speak to anyone but they wanted to take some photos of me.
OP: I followed them into the garage, there was an officer that stayed int he garage the whole time. I think he was the officer who was at the bottom of the staircase.
OP: I was in the garage for several hours.
OP: I asked the photographer if he could please take all the photos, so that I could take my clothes off because they were all just so full of blood.
Roux: From the garage where did you go to?
OP: I was taken to the foyer of the reception area of my home. An officer, Mr. Labuschagne came up to me and that he was a friend of my family and that he would look after me.
OP: At that stage Col. Van Rensburg said because I was the only person in the house at the time, they were going to arrest me. I walked with Mr. Labuschagne to the vehicle.
OP: As we were leaving the estate, I was told that there was a lot of media outside the estate and that I must put my head down and he would tell me when I could rais emyhead.
OP: My head was down anyway. I didn't follow where we were going but I realised when we got there that we were at the Mamalodi Hospital.
OP: I don't remember the docters name, we were there for some time. He did tests and took samples.