Model Aishwarya Choubey, who has filed a police complaint with Mumbai Police alleging that former Bigg Boss contestant Ajaz Khan sent her lewd messages, has shared screenshots of the said messages and an alleged audio clip of her conversation with the actor.
Aishwarya told Hindustan Times that she met Ajaz, who was seen in the seventh season of Bigg Boss, in April this year.
“I know Ajaz is not a star but neither am I a big name. When I came to Mumbai, a friend told me that he (Ajaz) is a good person and advised me to stay in touch as he could suggest some work for me. I would have never stayed in touch had I not thought we were friends,” she said.
She alleged that things took a different turn soon after their first meeting and she received vulgar pictures just 10-15 days later.
“When he first sent me vulgar pictures, I just deleted them as I stay with family. I told him that I do not want anything physical and was only interested in pure friendship,” she added.
The model said she filed an FIR against Ajaz last Saturday.
Khan, however, claimed that it was just a publicity stunt and added that police have not summoned him. “She is a liar. I only met her three or four times at parties. Thank God, I never met her alone. This is her publicity stunt and it is not the first time she has done it. Earlier, she claimed that Salman Khan was dating her and she was all set to play the lead in one of his upcoming films. No one reported it then because they were scared of Salman’s lawyers. But who cares for Ajaz Khan,” the former Bigg Boss contestant added.
In the eight-minute-long conversation shared by Aishwarya, the duo is heard having an argument wherein Ajaz kept reminding her that he has always helped her. Aishwarya, however, insists that she trusted him as a friend and is disappointed. She also says that she did not want any ‘other relationship’ with Ajaz except for a ‘pure friendship’.
He also threatened her, “Tumhara kabhi kuch nahi hoga.”
Listen to their entire conversation here:
Ajaz also warns her that no one will believe her and reminded her that he had introduced her to ‘Ramu’, perhaps referring to filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma. She confirmed she last met Ajaz during Varma’s birthday party.
“She reportedly approached the police on Monday night. If the police found her complaint valid, they would have approached me or arrested me. I haven’t received any communication from the Versova Police Station,” Ajaz said.
Kiran Kale, a senior inspector with the Versova police station, confirmed they have lodged Aishwarya’s complaint.
“We have registered an FIR under Section 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace) and 509 (word, gesture or act insulting the modesty of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code,” Kale said.
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