A gold digging Zimbabwean nurse has been ordered by a court in the UK to pay back her wealthy fiancé £100 000. She had been found in bed with another man.

Trish Garikayi, 37, was so angered by the ruling that she hurled her engagement ring across the court to her finance. She had claimed that she was a “kept woman” during her six-year relationship with 58-year-old businessman Wisdom Penfold, receiving presents including a Porsche 911 and a £100,000 diamond bracelet,

The Evening Standard reports that Mr Penfold insisted Miss Garikayi “misappropriated” money while he was blinded by love, spending large sums that he had earmarked for them to buy a home together.

The couple split in 2015 when Mr Penfold found her in bed with another man, leading to a bitter court fight over money. Judge Alexander Hill-Smith yesterday ruled in Mr Penfold’s favour, ordering Miss Garikayi to pay back £116,000, hand over 20 per cent of her £340,000 home, and settle £62,000 of legal bills.

Central London county court heard the couple got together after meeting in a hospital cafe in 2009, and they became engaged four years later.  But Mr Penfold was left devastated when he returned home in 2015 to find Miss Garikayi in bed with another man.

Miss Garikayi claimed the couple had already split, but Judge Hill-Smith said he believed Mr Penfold’s “compelling” account of the end of their “perfect” relationship.

The court heard £218,000 had been paid into Miss Garikayi’s account after Mr Penfold sold two investment properties, but she insisted it was a gift because “if I wanted something, I would get it”.

It was claimed Mr Penfold whisked her away on luxury holidays to Paris, Spain, Indonesia, and Dubai, and bought her a Porsche, a BMW and a Mercedes and the £100,000 bracelet.

But Mr Penfold denied being so generous: “I think if I gave £100,000 for a bracelet I would quite remember it. I think it would be welded in my brain for the rest of my life.”

He accepted buying Miss Garikayi presents, including a Burberry coat and Jimmy Choo shoes, but denied handing over large sums of money or ever buying her a car.

His barrister Richard Alford said Miss Garikayi insisted on the £218,000 deposit into her account to mark “the seriousness of their relationship”.

“He did as requested, instructing her that the funds were to be held in the account and not used unless he said so”, said Mr Alford.

However Miss Garikayi then spent money on herself, including £91,000 to buy a property in Harare, Zimbabwe, without his permission, the court heard.

The judge ruled that Mr Penfold had also paid a £35,000 deposit on Miss Garikayi’s property in Guildford which she bought for £275,000 in 2015, and funded refurbishments and two mortgage payments. This spending now entitled him to a share of the property.

Miss Garikayi now has six months to buy her ex out of the Guildford property or it will be sold and the proceeds divided. evening standard