Yo Yo Honey Singh Case: Wife Shalini demanded Rs 10 crore compensation, alleges rapper having casual Sex with many women
The star wife is rumoured to be suing the rapper for Rs 10 crore, claiming that she was treated like a farm animal and was subjected to cruelty.Author : Sheetal J Bhalla
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According to a report from a leading news channel Shalini's lawyer disclosed that Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh has issued a notice to Singh, instructing him not to alienate or create any third party interests in the property they jointly own in Noida, or to dispose of his wife's jewellery.
Shalini had previously claimed that honey Singh and his family had subjected him to several incidences of physical, verbal, mental, and emotional torture.
Honey Singh and Shalini married in 2011. However, it wasn't until 2014 that the public learned of his marital status. According to reports, the rapper did not want his marital status to interfere with his successful career.
According to Shalini, it was around this time that he lost his cool and began thrashing her severely. Honey Singh reportedly panicked after thinking she had released the wedding images. She further claimed that the rapper had many extramarital affairs and that he was sexually engaged with one of his female coworkers during the filming of ‘Brown Rang De.’Not only this, he frequently have casual sex with many women.
Yo Yo Honey Singh has yet to issue a statement in response to the claims. "The court has also given interim orders in favour of Shalini Talwar, prohibiting Honey Singh from disposing of his jointly owned property, etc," according to the reports.
The complaint filed by Shalini runs into 118. Rapper’s wife has filed a case of domestic violence against him at the Tis Hazari courts, said reports.
Shalini accused that Honey Singh stopped wearing his wedding ring saying it was not good luck for him to be wearing diamonds.In her petition filed at courts, Shalini has further accused the rapper of alcoholism and adultery.
The case has been filed under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act.
Taking cognizance of the complaint,Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh issued a notice to Honey Singh to appear before her on August 28.
Initially notorious for promoting misogyny and drug abuse in his Punjabi rap numbers, Honey Singh, who grew up and lives in Delhi, is now better known for his work in mainstream films such as 'Chennai Express' and 'Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety'.