Ex-lover files complaint against Veena Malik for threatening him
Days after Pakistani actress Veena Malik got married to a businessman in Dubai, her former live-in partner has filed a non-cognisable (NC) complaint against her for threatening him.
Days after Pakistani actress Veena Malik got married to a businessman in Dubai, her former live-in partner has filed a non-cognisable (NC) complaint against her for threatening him. Prashant Pratap Singh, a 36-year-old businessman, filed the NC at Aarey police station on Saturday evening saying she had threatened to file a complaint of rape or molestation against him, if he interfered in her life.
He said that in February 2012, when Malik had come to the city, he had helped her out, and soon, they started living together at Garden View Building in Aarey. Singh added that they were also contemplating marriage. In his complaint, Singh mentioned that he bore all of Malik’s expenses, but she parted ways with him and suddenly got married to someone else in Dubai.
“On December 25, I learnt that Veena had married someone else in Dubai. I called her up but she threatened me. She even called up my mother and threatened her, saying that she would file an FIR against me if I informed her husband of our past.” Singh adds, “I provided her with a mobile, all her documents. I had no option but to file a complaint against Veena.
We were both looking forward to getting married but I had told her that I would only marry her after my divorce proceedings were finalised. I am shocked.” Senior Inspector from Aarey police station Uttar More said, “We have filed a NC complaint against Veena Malik, which was filed by her live-in partner under Section 507 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC.”
When MiD DAY contacted Veena, she said, “I’m too busy in my life with my husband and family to threaten people. Prashant is my employee and I pay him Rs 10,000 a month. He works for me so one can only understand the reality of his statements. I have no idea what is his motive. I am happy and my in-laws are happy.”
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