Derick hougaard

Derick Hougaard did not overdose on drugs or alcohol, claims his partner Nadine.
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WATCH: Derick Hougaard starting from scratch, Louis Liebenberg

Things are not looking good for retired Springbok player Derick Hougaard, who is reportedly living with Louis Liebenberg.

Derick hougaard

Derick Hougaard did not overdose on drugs or alcohol, claims his partner Nadine.
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Former Springbok flyhalf Derick Hougaard has reportedly been living with diamond dealer, Louis Liebenberg for two weeks now.

This comes after Nadine Hoffeldt hinted on her social media that she’s heartbroken that she and the retired Springbok player are no longer together.


The Citizen reported on Sunday, 25 February that the rugby legend has moved in with diamond dealer, Louis Liebenberg and his wife at their home in Bronkhorstbaai.

The diamond dealer has reportedly employed a bodyguard to protect Hougaard from himself.

2Oceans reports that Liebenberg reveals that the rugby star was recently in a rehab centre in Stellenbosch for three months where he received help.

“From there he flew back to Gauteng and apparently immediately went to a pharmacy where he got pills again,” adds the publication.

Liebenberg adds that the rugby star is living with him in order to get his life back and he’s being looked after physically.

WATCH VIDEO: The diamond dealer also shared a video, clarifying rumours about Nadine leaving Hougaard.


Nuusflits reported on Sunday, 18 February that Nadine Hoffeldt allegedly broke up with Derick Hougaard because he was “dependent” on her.

Although Hoffeldt didn’t mention Hougaard’s name on her Facebook on Sunday, 18 February, her fans predicted she was referring to him.

The singer also hinted she didn’t get a phone call regarding the latest reports about her reported breakup.

“Some Sundays you drive around traffic lights where you can buy printed media. I didn’t get a call. I was not asked. I just stop next to an aunt and then read along.”

“The hole in one’s heart is meant for soft eyes. Shared hurt is not less hurt. and your heart feels what it feels.”

“We all have broken pieces that we tie together with time and experience. Some’s patchwork takes longer. Maybe we are only done when we greet this world one day. Be kind to one another. Be gentle.

“Next to a sick bed you remember the value of life that you never forget again. And then you crave to be able to speak eternal life. And hope is not lacking. In a world where you can be anything, be kind,” she concluded.