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A former Bigg Boss Season 11 contestant and actress has come forward to allege she was sexually assaulted by a close friend last year. The actress, who has not been publicly identified, filed an FIR (First Information Report) at Tigri Police Station in South Delhi on January 29. The police are currently investigating the allegations against her friend.
According to reports, the actress told the police that the accused had known her since 2022. When she was living in Delhi last year, the accused asked her to meet some of his friends. Despite declining the request, the accused kept on forcing her to meet them. As he continued to force her, she later agreed and met them all at lunch. She claimed that during the meeting, the accused drugged her, then took her to her apartment on Deoli Road and raped her. Later, he claimed he would marry her.
The Delhi Police has lodged the case under Sections 376 and 506 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and officially began investigating.
Bigg Boss Season 11 started in 2017 and ended in 2018. Hosted by Salman Khan, the season was won by Shilpa Shinde. She is an Indian television actress who rose to fame with Bhabiji Ghar Pe Hai (since 2015) and has appeared in several other soap operas. The first runner-up was Hina Khan, who rose to fame with Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai (since 2009).
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