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National Award winning actress took to prostitution after running out of money

A National award winning actress, who was arrested for prostitution in Hyderabad, has revealed that she took to the sex trade as she was running out of money.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | Hyderabad | Updated: September 4, 2014 12:15 pm
The former child actor, who was arrested on Sunday (August 31), is currently lodged in a state-run rescue home. The former child actor, who was arrested on Sunday (August 31), is currently lodged in a state-run rescue home.

A National award winning actress, who was arrested for prostitution in Hyderabad, has revealed that she took to the sex trade as she was running out of money.

The former child actor, who was arrested on Sunday (August 31), is currently lodged in a state-run rescue home. She admitted she made wrong choices in her career.

“I was out of money. I had to support my family and some other good causes. All the doors were closed, and some people encouraged me to get into prostitution to earn money. I was helpless, and with no option left to choose, I got involved in this act,” police sources quoted her as saying.

The actress, seen in a National award winning film, also revealed that there were other actresses like her who went through this.

The actress, who also did a few films in Bengali, Tamil and Telugu, was arrested from a hotel om Sunday night along with the sex racket’s organiser. The next day, a court here sent her to a rescue home run by the women and child welfare department.

She underwent a medical examination at a government hospital before she was sent to the rescue home, where women rescued by police and those facing trial are given shelter during the trial period.

The inmates are provided with free food, clothing, medical care and also vocational training. She is likely to stay in the rescue home for three months.

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    Anon
    Sep 5, 2014 at 5:11 am
    Running out of money? Some of these ladies needs to learn to live a simple life instead of their posh lifestyle. Their luxuries are only causing this trouble. Once released she would do it again to live that lifestyle, but now more carefully.Someone should teach all the kids to live withing spheres of their finances.
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    1. Aditya Bondyopadhyay
      Sep 8, 2014 at 7:34 am
      Prosution is not a crime in India, so why was she arrested exactly..??? Because, the police do not take care of law and order any more, but rather are enforcing morals... Look, she is not in Jail, but in a shelter home....because the police presume that everyone who chooses to be in work has to be rescued..... did anyone ask this person whether she wants to be rescued....???
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        Aditya Bondyopadhyay
        Sep 8, 2014 at 7:39 am
        I totally support you. It is not the media or the police or the moral hypocrites problem. If she does it out of her own free choice and is not forced, why should it matter to anyone... ??
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          Bhim Raju
          Sep 4, 2014 at 11:47 am
          Why the people behind this racket never gets punished
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            RAMU
            Sep 6, 2014 at 11:06 am
            Feminists who raise slogans for evey simple reason should suggest solution to the peolple like this.
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