Yesterday, we came across the shocking news of Television Actress, Shweta Tiwari, filing a police complaint against husband Abhinav Kohli and charged him for domestic violence. According to allegations, Shweta’s husband even harassed her daughter Palak. Now, Abhinav’s mother has broken her silence and accused her of pulling a gimmick to get a divorce!
Abhinav’s mother in a conversation with Times Of India opened up about the entire saga as she said, “Abhinav and Shweta have been not been on good terms with each other, since last two years, but Abhinav tried to sort out things. He wanted to live with Shweta as Reyaash (their son) was too young and it was his dream to live under one roof with both his kids. However, things did not work out between them. Abhinav took care of Palak since she was a kid and Raja Chaudhary had left her. Even while she was in the Bigg Boss house and her mom had to travel to her native place, Abhinav was there to take care of Palak. From her school admission, attending parents meeting in school, to tying her school laces, he has done everything. They have conveniently forgot everything and putting such false and dirty allegations against him just because they want to get rid of him. She wanted to divorce him. I don’t want to talk about it further.”
Another source close to Abhinav’s family revealed to the development, “Abhinav’s family feel that history is repeating and whatever happened with Raja Chaudhary is now happening to Abhinav. Shweta likes to play a victim card and she did the same with Raja. She is out of work right now and so she’s doing all this to seek attention. Abhinav leads a very simple life and has always stood by Shweta and her family. Recently, when Shweta’s father suffered a heart-attack, Abhinav slept in the hospital and took care of him. Abhinav has done whatever he could do to keep Shweta and the family happy.”
Reportedly, Shweta has registered a case of molestation alleging that he would make obscene comments about daughter Palak and even shown her obscene videos. A complaint under Sections 509, 354 (a), 323, 504, 506 of the IPC and 67-A of the IT Act had been filed on Sunday.