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Arjun Rampal’s Brother-In-Law Booked For Allegedly Molesting An Air Hostess

5:15 pm 4 Apr, 2018

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Arjun Rampal’s brother-in-law Amit Gill has been booked by Mumbai Police; he allegedly molested and threatened an air-hostess. Gill is Rampal’s sister Komal’s husband and is currently working as an investor. As per a report, the air hostess in question is said to be one of Gill’s clients. The report contends that the woman was called by Gill at his house. Gill reportedly mixed something in her drink. He later took obscene pictures of her and threatened to share them online.

 

Amit Gill.asianage.com

 

The report contends that Gill had taken a sum of Rs 18 lakh from the air hostess (she had asked Gill to invest on her behalf and was promised returns at the rate of 3 percent per month). However, Gill never returned the principal amount back to her, nor did he give the interest which was around Rs 6 lakh.

 

Amit Gill.indiatimes.com

The air hostess reached out to the Police and filed a complaint in the same matter. She has further alleged that Gill molested her and threatened to put up her nude pictures online.

She has also revealed that on asking the money, Gill gave him a cheque that bounced. He later transferred the money to her account, but only 12 lakh!

 


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As per the report, the air hostess said:

“This was on June 15, 2017. I started demanding the remaining Rs 6 lakh with interest from Gill, and he started threatening me and even sent me some obscene pictures of me, telling me not to ask for money, or he would post my obscene photos on social media.”

 

 

She also mentioned that Gill had taken those pictures back in August 2016, when he had called her to his home in Anand Villa. She further explained that Gill also ‘touched her private parts’.

The matter is now being investigated and Gill has been booked under sections 328 (causing hurt by means of poison, etc), 354 (sexual harassment and punishment for sexual harassment), and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

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