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Actor Armaan Kohli, Arrested by Mumbai Police for assaulting his girlfriend

By LawStreet News Network      13 June, 2018 12:00 AM      0 Comments

Mumbai police have arrested Bollywood actor Armaan Kohli on Tuesday, June 12th, 2018 for assaulting his girlfriend, Neeru Randhawa. The actor will be produced in the court today (June 13th, 2018).

Based on Ms. Randhawas statement, a case has been registered on June 4th, 2018 against Armaan Kohli at the Santacruz police station under sections 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation) of Indian Panel Code, 1860. Armaan and his girlfriend were in a live-in relationship for 3 years.

According to the complaint couple had an argument over some financial issues at their residence on June 3rd, 2018 evening, and during the argument, he allegedly pushed Neeru, down a flight of stairs.

In the complaint, Ms. Randhawa also alleged that Armaan Kohli grabbed her by the hair and hit her head against the floor due to which she suffered head and knee injuries and was admitted to a hospital by her driver.

Further investigation into the matter is in process.

Armaan Kohli was last seen on Salman Khan-hosted reality TV show "Bigg Boss" Season 7, where he was also accused of physically abusing a female co-participant.

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