Kapil Sharma abuses, threatens journalist and files police complaint

Kapil Sharma abuses threatens journalist and files police complaint

Since the past six months, there have been several posts on SpotboyE.com and a person approached them to cough up Rs 25 lakh as the company (SpotboyE.com) had a lot of damning information that could ruin the comedian, said Nizam, adding that Sharma did not succumb as he was not inclined to giving in to the "fake media".

He then tweeted that it was actually him who posted all those tweets and his team that had deleted his earlier tweets and blamed it on a hacked Twitter account. Apologies for the inconvenience caused Love and regards to all. "He is a nice man and he will come out of it soon", read one tweet. After claiming his account was "hacked" after a series of abusive tweets Kapil Sharma is at it again.

According to a written complaint submitted by Sharma at Oshiwara police station, "My client states that his work involved significant co-ordination and at a time he had hired managers Neeti Simeos and Preeti Simeos in 2016 -2017". Sharma was not represented well by Neeti and Preeti and that greatly affected his image.

It is being heard that Kapil is battling depression after the flop of his Bollywood debut and also Colors pulled the plug of his show. "Sharma did not want to give into the surging fake media and harassment for cash and chose to ignore it".

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Today morning Kapil posted pictures of police complaint he made against Preeti and Vickey Lalwani, for instigating negative stories about him. Ups and downs are part of life and one must handle them with maturity.

The conversation takes an ugly turn as Kapil says the following:"Bhad**, mad**ch*d".

On the other hand, Vickey Lalwani in a report revealed that Kapil abused him over the phone and also posted an audio clip of the same. She threatened me saying Kapil and I are not from Mumbai and she will get us thrown out of the industry. "He called me and used abusive language, and also said offensive things about my daughter". He always behaves respectfully with me so I'm shocked by the language in the (phone) recording. "I could not afford to cancel another episode, so I called them (channel Sony) and requested that I wanted to take a break", he had told Mirror (September 7, 2017) from a treatment facility in Bangalore, where he was undergoing ayurvedic treatment.

This is not what you are or what you have become, this is not the Kapil Sharma we all know... In a series of tweets, Kapil Sharma lashed out at the editor of entertainment portal SpotoyE. Apparently, negative news on him was being deliberately published over a long time by the said journalist.



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