Shweta Tiwari files domestic violence case against husband Abhinav Kohli

Abhinav Was Brought To Police Station

Shweta Tiwari files domestic violence case against husband Abhinav Kohli

But their silence reached to the flashpoint when Abhinav slapped Palak in a fit of rage. Shweta also said to have told the cops that Abhinav is often under the influence of alcohol We also hear. After facing the same issue in her marriage, Shweta has become the victim of domestic violence yet again but with her daughter this time. He painted a picture of loving affection not only towards Shweta, but also towards her daughter Palak, whom he apparently accepted wholeheartedly.

But as per BollywoodLife report, complaint has been filed against Abhinav, which read, "The 38-years-old man had abused in filthy language to Shweta's daughter, who is Abhinav's step-daughter". The family chose to sort out the case amongst themselves, after having a discussion with the police for almost four hours as per reports Shweta has not sought any legal recourse in this matter. Finally, they chose to not go the legal way and try to sort it out at home. Shweta was the cynosure of all eyes, she has been one of the top 5 television actresses that Indian television has seen and naturally, whispers started going agog nearly immediately after they headed back to their residence. He has been booked under section No.342/19 u/s 354-A, 323, 504, 506, 509 IPC r/w 67-A IT act at Samta Nagar Police station. The actor has been arrested and investigations are being made related to the case. She was previously married to Bhojpuri actor Raja Chaudhary and they divorced after nine years of marriage. The couple had a daughter (Palak) in 2000, and then went on to split in 2007.

The actress is recognised for her role as Prerna in Ekta Kapoor's Kasautii Zindagii Kay. Domestic violence is a horrendous thing for any woman to face, least of all a much-loved, down-to-earth actress like Shweta Tiwari.

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