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Bigg Boss: Sofia Hayat files police complaint against Armaan Kohli

Sofia Hayat's worst fights included her altercations with Armaan Kohli,which turned ugly and violent.

Written by Goyal Divya | New Delhi |
December 12, 2013 1:29:59 pm

British actress-singer Sofia Hayat ,who was evicted form controversial celebrity game show Biggg Boss, has today filed a complaint against fellow housemate Armann Koli at Mumbai’s Juhu Police station. She tweeted: “Getting ready to go to juhu police station to file a complaint against Armaan Kohli by 730pm.”

Sofia was evicted from the show last week.

The 28-year-old ‘Superdude’ host also tweeted: “Police report done . Im exhausted with today!”

After filing the complaint the actress was all praises for the police personnel. “The police have been amazing. Santacruz police gave been very professional and courteous.”

Photo: Twitter

The model was surrounded by media persons and was unable to leave for quite some time. She said: “Cant get out of police station..too much media! Omg just many news people outside waiting.”

During her stay,Sofia got involved in spats with fellow contestants Tanishaa,Ajaz Khan but the worst of all was her altercations with Armaan Kohli,which turned ugly and violent.

The television presenter felt that Armaan should not be in the ‘Bigg Boss’ house and the team should evict him immediately.

“I think ‘Bigg Boss’ should just evict him. He is impossible. I don’t know how he is still there. I think the public enjoys watching fights and he is very good at it. He entertains people but it is not right,” she said.

A fan of Sofia Hayat who was completely supportive of Sofia’s actions tweeted: “@sofiahayat btw wat you complaining about? Whatever it is we are with you all the way That man or beast needs to learn a lessson Power to u.” (Woth PTI inputs)

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