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Nawazuddin’s niece files sexual harassment case against his brother


Team Udayavani, Jun 3, 2020, 2:48 PM IST

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s niece has filed a complaint against his brother at the Jamia Police station in Delhi alleging sexual harassment.

In a report by Times of India, his niece said, “I have filed a complaint about sexual harassment by my uncle when I was nine years old. My parents were divorced when I was two years old, so I had a stepmother. I was tortured a lot. As a child, I didn’t understand thinking it was my uncle, but when I grew up I realized it was a different kind of touch. There was violence too,” quoted Times of India.

Stating that she informed the harassment to Nawazuddin and not received any support from him, she added, “Nawaz bade papa once asked me what I want to do in life, I told him all that was happening with me and that I felt mentally disturbed. But he said there is nothing like that. I thought that at least bade papa (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) would understand, he lives in a different society and would have a different mentality. But he was like ‘chacha hai, aisa kabhi nahi kar sakte’ (he is your uncle, he would never do like that),” TOI reported.

In response to this, Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya Siddiqui wrote on Twitter, “This is just the beginning. Thanking God for sending so much support already. A lot will be revealed, shocking the world as I am not the only one who suffered in silence. Let’s see how much of TRUTH money can buy & who all would they continue to BRIBE.”

It may be recalled that Aaliya has sent a legal notice to the actor claiming maintenance and divorce on May 7. The notice was sent to the “Sacred Games” star through email and WhatsApp due to the unavailability of speed post amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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