New Delhi: TV actress Shweta Tiwari’s estranged husband Abhinav Kohli has damaged his silence over allegations of home violence made in opposition to him.
Rejecting the fees, Kohli claimed that it was really the opposite method spherical, that’s was Tiwari who beat her utilizing a stick.
He did admit that he slapped her but asserted that it was simply the one time that such a factor had occurred.
“I have never beaten Shweta apart from that slap which Palak herself has mentioned in that open letter. And I had already apologised for that slap to both of them,” Kohli stated in an unique interview to SpotboyE.
He alleged that the entire thing was simply a “confusion created by Shweta to prove that I subjected her to domestic violence which is not true.” He stated he has by no means been a wife-beater as has been alleged.
Kohli stated that his relationship with Tiwari took a unhealthy flip after Palak, Shweta’s daughter from a earlier marriage, requested him to go away the home. Things simply obtained worse after that, he added.
Kohli additional stated that he hasn’t seen his son, Reyansh, since October 2020 as Tiwari doesn’t let him.
“In 2017, when we had a fight and she separated me from my child for three months, I tried to meet my child. And I have also shared a photo on my Instagram where you can see that black mark below my eyes. Shweta also has CCTV footage of that incident as she had written a letter to the society asking for it as evidence for that fight,” Kohli elaborated.
“She has hit me and when she did that to me nobody came to know as I didn’t go to the media and said anything or ran away from my child which she has been doing. From 2017, I have been suffering because of all this but I never spoke about it. You hit me, used your daughter to put a wrong allegation on me who was brought up by this very man, created a wrong image in front of the world,” he added.
Earlier this month, Tiwari despatched out a highly effective message on International Women’s Day for her daughter Palak. The actress urged her daughter and different girls to talk out in opposition to any type of violence.
“They still criticise me for taking a step against domestic violence. But whatever I did, made my daughter sensible, intelligent and strong. I want to tell my daughter, I am always with you at every step, but you need to fight your own battles,” Shweta stated, addressing her daughter.