Lock Upp: Saisha Shinde REVEALS She Was Sexually Assaulted As A Child, I Was Told 'This Is Why You Are Gay'

Lock Upp's Saisha Shinde reveals she was sexually assaulted as a child. Saisha's shocking revelation came after Munawar Faruqui and Kangana Ranaut shared their experiences

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Lock Upp: Saisha Shinde REVEALS She Was Sexually Assaulted As A Child, I Was Told 'This Is Why You Are Gay'
The latest episode of Kangana Ranaut-hosted show Lock Upp was an emotional one. The contestants shared their dark secrets. Munawar Faruqui, who is one of the most talked-about contestants of the reality show, shared his traumatic childhood incident in order to save Saisha Shinde from eviction. After Munawar, show host Kangana also shared her experience. It was then Saisha recalled her own experience as she revealed she was sexually assaulted as a child.

Saisha said, "This was my first secret. After listening to you both sharing all these, and Munawar talking about how people reacted when he shared it with them, I was reminded of my own experience."

She added, "The few people whom I told about it, said to me 'this is why you are so much into sex, this is why you are gay.' Uske baad kisi ko batane ki himmat bhi nahi hui." ALSO READ:Lock Upp: Saisha Shinde REVEALS She Was Mentally Abused By Her Ex-Boyfriend: 'He Made Me Feel Like A Sh*t, I Was Never Happy'

Saisha has been making headlines for multiple reasons since day one. Earlier, she was eliminated from the show after Kangana bashed her and Karanvir Bohra for their behaviour. However, after a few days, Saisha re-entered the show and has been playing the game and keeping her fans entertained.

Saisha is a one of the most popular designer who has worked with A-list celebs including Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sunny Leone, Bhumi Pednekar, Madhuri Dixit and Hina Khan.

As reported by Hindustan Times, Kangana also shared her traumatic childhood experience. She said, "I was a child and a young boy from our town used to inappropriately touch me. At the time, I did not know what is meant, no matter how protective your family is, all kids go through this."






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