Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has rubbished claims that he had assaulted a woman over parking space issue in his society premises in Versova in Mumbai.
Nawazuddin has also filed a cross-FIR against five people following the woman's complaint that he pushed her and behaved inappropriately during a dispute over parking space, the National Award winner's manager said.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui has rubbished claims that he had assaulted a woman over parking space issue in his society in Versova
The Versova police had booked actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui for outraging the modesty of a 25-year-old woman, a resident of Zohra Aghadi Nagar Co-op HSG in Versova, where the actor resides. (Read the full story here)
The actor, who had gone to Versova police station late Sunday night, told media persons that he visited the police station to file a complaint against unidentified people, who had barged into his apartment and attacked his wife.
The actor stated that he did not know the woman who had registered a complaint against him and accused her of making false allegations in a bid to defame him.
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In her complaint, the woman accused Nawazuddin of manhandling her while she was arguing with his bodyguards over the alleged encroachment of parking space adjoining the actor’s ground floor apartment.
She claimed the actor touched her on the chest to push her aside after she rushed to the aid of a society resident, who was being intimidated by Nawazuddin’s bodyguards after he parked his two-wheeler near the actor’s apartment.
(With inputs from IANS)