Prithvi Shaw, Sapna Gill selfie saga: here’s what happened, according to police
According to the complaint, Gill and Thakur approached the cricketer to take a selfie at the hotel and Shaw initially allowed them to get in touch with him. But when they insisted more photos be taken of him, Shaw declined the request. According to the complaint, Gill and Thakur approached the cricketer to take a selfie at the hotel and Shaw initially allowed them to get in touch with him. But when they insisted more photos be taken of him, Shaw declined the request.
The Prithvi Shaw, Sapna Gill’s Selfie Saga: Here’s what happened, according to police
Prithvi Shaw is said to have been beaten after refusing to take a selfie India
opener Prithvi Shaw was reportedly robbed and her car attacked with a baseball bat outside a hotel in Mumbai’s Santacruz district following an altercation with social media influencer Sapna Gill and her friend Shobit Thakur, after Teig had refused to take a selfie with the influencer. .The incident happened on Wednesday morning. Oshiwara police arrested Gill and seven others were arrested for allegedly trying to intimidate Cricket by damaging his car and threatening to implicate him in a fake affair.
A social media influencer,
Gill has over 2,000 followers on Instagram and an online presence on apps like Josh, a video sharing app, Snapchat and YouTube. He is from Chandigarh and lives in Mumbai.
According to police officials, the influencer was summoned to the police station for an investigation on Thursday and arrested after an initial investigation revealed her alleged involvement in the incident.
Gil argued that the influencer was a fan of Shaw and wanted to take a selfie with him. But the cricketer was drunk and misbehaved towards her. He also accused the batsman of attacking Gill with a mallet. Police also say that Gill and Thakur were drunk during the incident.
A complaint about the incident was filed by Shaw’s friend, Ashish Yadav, who was his roommate for three years and runs a coffee shop.
According to the complaint, Gill and the Thakur approached the cricketer to take a selfie at the hotel and Shaw initially allowed them to meet with him. But when they insisted on taking more photos with him, Shaw declined the request, after which Gill and her friend began misbehaving with the drunk cricket. Seeing this, the hotel manager intervened and asked Gill and the Thakur to leave.
After this incident, Shaw and Yadav had dinner at the hotel. But as they were leaving, they saw Öhäkura with a baseball bat.The defendant attacked the windshield of the car. Shaw was also abused by Gil.
The cricketer was put in another car while Yadav and others drove his vehicle to Oshiwara.
Yadav noticed that three motorcycles and a white car were chasing their vehicle. At 4am his car was attacked by his pursuers as he turned near a petrol station on Link Road.
Öhäkura was among those pursuing the vehicle and hit the windshield with a stick. Six people on a motorcycle, along with Gill and Thakur who were in the car, abused Yadav and his friends.Yadav then drove to Oshiwara Police Station by car.
Thakur, one of them, smashed the rear window of the car with a baseball bat. Six people on a motorbike, in addition to Gill and Thakur who were in the car, abused Yadav and his companions. Yadav then drove to Oshiwara Police Station by car.
The eight accused followed Yadav to the police station and threatened to pay him Rs 50,000 to fix the problem or he would file a false police report against them.Yadav then filed a complaint against the accused. Oshiwara Police registered the case under sections 143 (unlawful assembly), 148 (riot), 384 (extortion), 506 (criminal intimidation) and others of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) based on the complaint.