We saw how Bigg Boss host Salman Khan took Swami Om to task for his outrageous actions and words during the past week inside the house. Bigg Boss 10 contestant Swami Om has managed to irk almost everyone in the show so far. One of the co-contestants, Rohan Mehra, has even vowed that he won’t leave the house without revealing the true side of Swami, who is a self-acclaimed ‘taantrik’. While his misogynistic comments and actions have kept us questioning his real identity, we saw in a task how he panicked after realising his ‘secret’ may be revealed. Later, we also saw him stealing a perfume. Yes, he did that all on national television!
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His attitude made us wonder what exactly Om Swami was trying to hide from the audience. Onindianexpress.com, you already saw a video of Swami slapping and verbally abusing a woman during a news debate. And now, we have learnt there are more skeletons in his cupboard.
According to a dailymail.co.uk report, Swami has been slapped with charges under the Arms Act, TADA and other laws. Another report said that Swami Om has non-bailable warrants against him in a theft case.
The case was reportedly filed by his own brother Pramod Jha who accused him of breaking the lock of his bicycle shop and stealing 11 bicycles, expensive spare parts, sale deed of a house and other important documents.
Apparently, Swami Om has also been accused of making false complaints against his neighbours, relatives and government officials. His sister and other relatives have also lodged complaints against him in the Lodhi Colony police station. And last but not the least, some reports also claim that Swami is accused of extortion as well.
The list of charges against Swami Om seems endless. He is on his way of creating some new controversies for himself on the television reality show too. Will the real Om Swami please stand up?
Indianexpress.com could not independently verify these reports.
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