Actor Payal Rohatgi allegedly abused society members during the meeting and posted an abusive message on the society’s WhatsApp group, the FIR claimed.
Actress Payal Rohatgi has been arrested by Ahmedabad police after a complaint was filed by a doctor named Parag Shah. The actress has been named several times previously for her controversial statements.
A complaint has been filed against Payal Rohatgi at the Satellite police station by doctor Parag Shah, who is a member of society in Ahmedabad. In his complaint, he has stated that the actress hurled abuses at the chairperson of the society on social media and used derogatory language in society WhatsApp group.
He even alleged that Payal Rohatgi threatened to break the leg of anyone who argued with her and got into a verbal fight over a common plot used as a playing area. Later, she was arrested by the Ahmedabad police and her medical tests including that of coronavirus has already begun.
The actress allegedly quarrelled with her society members and threatening the chairperson.
Today, June 25, Payal took to Instagram to share a video of herself worshiping Lord Shiva. In the caption, she wrote that she is being trapped. “I know I am being used to fulfil an agenda by certain people who themselves don’t want to do the dirty work, but I am going with the flow even though I know I am being trapped as God has a plan for me which none of these powerful people can even touch. Om Namah Shivay (sic),” read her note.
Earlier in 2020, she slammed veteran star-MP Jaya Bachchan for her Rajya Sabha speech alleging that a continuous attempt to defame Bollywood is being made.
Her Twitter was suspended twice last year for abusive content. She actively posted on nepotism debate in Bollywood and has slammed several Bollywood A-listers after the sudden demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput on June 1, 2020.
In 2019, she was arrested for allegedly posting objectionable content on social media against the Nehru-Gandhi family. She was later released on bail. “Thank you everybody for getting me out. I was very scared in jail, but now I am very happy. I have been politically victimised,” she had said in an interview to a leading daily. Recounting her stay at the Bundi jail, she further told the daily, “I spent a sleepless night and it was very cold. We slept on the floor on a mattress. It was my first experience in jail and I hope it to be the last.”