Updated: November 1, 2016 4:46:45 pm
As if nasty fights, tension among the contestants and growing disputes inside the Bigg Boss 10 house were not enough, now controversies are waiting for the evicted contestants outside the Bigg Boss house as well.
First, Priyanka Jagga, the first one to get evicted from the house, had to clear the air on the statements made by her alleged ex-boyfriend, Gautam Arora and now a tough time awaits Akanksha Sharma who walked out of the Bigg Boss house recently.
Though Akanksha had a quiet stay inside the house, but her entry in the house definitely made the headlines when she talked about her troubled relationship with Zorawar Singh, younger brother of the cricketer, Yuvraj Singh. In the premiere of the show, she blamed Shabnam Singh, Yuvraj’s mother for ruining her married life. Even during her stay, she said a lot of things about the Singh family without hesitation.
Meanwhile, Yuvraj’s family chose to remain silent about all the allegations. But now it seems that they are in no mood to let it all go quietly.
Reportedly, Shabnam Singh has decided to file a defamation case against her ex daughter-in-law Akanksha Sharma for maligning and defaming image of herself and her sons. Things have worsened since Akanksha was heard talking about her marriage post eviction as well.
According to the reports, the cricketer’s mother feel that she got evicted from the house not because of her performance but because Yuvraj’s fans love him and they will not allow anyone to play with the hard-earned respect of the cricketer.
Shabnam Singh’s lawyer Daman Bir Sobti has confirmed the reports. He told Firstpost, “Yes, we will be filing a civil suit for damages and a criminal complaint about defamation. We will take video footage from the Bigg Boss house for further proof. She (Akansha) has also been giving a lot of interviews post-eviction. Shabnam will be coming to Chandigarh to discuss the matter with me.”
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