In the midst of their legal dispute over assets and child custody, Aaliya Siddiqui has now accused Nawazuddin Siddiqui of rape.
The legal dispute between actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his wife Aaliya Siddiqui has recently made headlines. As soon as Aaliya and her children returned to Mumbai from Dubai, their legal problems over the property began. Reportedly, she got into a fight with Nawazuddin's mother and she was reported to the police. Aaliya also alleged that she was denied admittance to the restroom and the kitchen. According to reports, Aaliya has now accused her husband of rape.
Awhile back, she turned to Instagram and released a video of herself. In the video, a visibly moved Aaliya was heard discussing her children and accused her husband of kidnapping them by suing for custody. Yaani, a son, and Shora, a daughter, are the couple's two children. She is heard in the video complaining that Nawazuddin was attempting to abduct the children from her by taking advantage of his position. She further asserted that Nawazuddin has no understanding of their children and has never lived with them. She even claimed that Nawazuddin was attempting to take her children away while she was having financial difficulties.
She also added a Hindi caption to the video. She briefed everyone about the rape case made against the actor. She added that she had evidence supporting her claim. Her note read, "A great actor who tries to be a great human being often! His heartless mother who calls my innocent child illegitimate and this poor man remains silent. A rape complaint (with proof) has been filed against him at Versova police station yesterday itself. Whatever happens, I will not let my innocent children go in these heartless hands."
Reacting to his wife's allegations earlier, Nawazuddin had said, "I don’t want to say anything about all these things, frankly. But yes, amid all this, my kids’ schooling has been affected. My kids studied in Dubai but have been here for a month now. My only appeal is that my kids should go back to school. I don’t want to say anything else."