Ex Bigg Boss Contestant Armaan Kohli booked for Assault: The actor-producer has been booked by Santacruz Police on Sunday night for allegedly assaulting his live-in partner Neeru Randhawa.
According to the reports, Arman Kohli has been accused by his live-in partner, a stylist and a model, of beating her up after an argument broke out between the two
Armaan Kohli booked for Assault
An officer told the press:
“We have registered a case after the woman gave us a statement on Sunday night. There was an argument between the two over some monetary issue after which the complainant claims the actor assaulted her,” said an officer.
The Police reached the hospital after receiving an EPR call from a hospital on Sunday night. They witnessed Neeru receiving treatment for her injuries another officer told us about her head Injuries.
“She had also received head injuries for which she had gone to the hospital. We recorded her statement after which it was clear that Kohli had allegedly assaulted her post an argument,”
Neeru reportedly told the police that they were discussing about money when things went out the control. Losing his temper Kohli started hitting her. The police registered the case immediately and a team is set up to investigate the matter.
The officer also mentioned that they could not find Kohli at his residence and he is believed to be absconded the police.
“We went to the residence where the complainant was allegedly beaten but Kohli was not present there. We are looking for him for further interrogation. His statement will be recorded and past records will be checked. No arrest has been made yet,” The officer added.
Shantanu Pawar, a senior police officer from Santacruz police station said
“Our team could not find Kohli at the residence. He is absconding and a team is searching for him,”
The ex Bigg Boss contestant is being booked under section 326 (punishment for voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons or means) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
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