On Tuesday, Bollywood famous and popular rapper and singer Yo Yo Honey Singh has been recently accused of domestic violence by his wife Shalini Talwar.
As, she filed a case under the ‘Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act’ in Delhi’s Tis Hazari Court .
However, Shalini Talwar accused her husband of having extra-marital sex with various women. Moreover, She also mentioned of physical, verbal, and emotional abuse that she went through. In her complaint, Shalini alleged that her husband began having frequent casual sex with multiple women while he was traveling and “to further his sexual intents and illicit relationships, never disclosed to the public … that he was married”. Shalini said that Honey Singh got panicked after their wedding photos went viral on social media and thrashed her. She said that he did not wanted public to know that he is married.
However, she also mentioned that the singer’s attitude towards his wife changed suddenly when they reached Mauritius, for their honeymoon in 2011. It said that Honey Singh was ‘rude, brash and cold’ towards Shalini and when she asked him about it, he pushed her on the bed and told her that he got married to her against his will, only due to the ‘commitment he had made towards her’.
She also accused him of leaving her alone on the trip, and for being in a drunken state. When she asked him about it, he puller her hair, slapped her and told her to ‘shut up’.
As per the sources, Shalini has sought ₹10 crore compensation under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, saying she felt like a ‘farm animal…being treated cruelly’. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh has issued a notice to Honey Singh, directing him not to alienate or create any third party rights in their jointly owned property in Noida or dispose of his wife’s jewellery and other articles, said her lawyer.
Moreover, She also asked the court to order the singer to pay rent of ₹5 lakh every month for fully furnished accommodation in Delhi, so as to enable her to live by herself and not remain dependent on her widowed mother.