You will hate to read this but we have just heard that TV actress Shweta Tiwari, Prerna of Kasautii Zindagii Kay Part 1, reached out to the cops to complain about her husband Abhinav for domestic violence.

One of our top sources has told us that Shweta was in tears along with daughter Palak and screaming loud at the police station, this afternoon. We hear, her mother also accompanied her.

Shweta has been rumoured to be having serious problems with Abhinav since a year but neither of them admitted. While Shweta has maintained a stoic silence till date, Abhinav had chosen to deny it.  But the flashpoint was reached in the last few hours when Abhinav slapped Palak in a fit of rage.

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Shweta also said to have told the cops that Abhinav is often under the influence of alcohol

We also hear. Abhinav was brought down to the police station around 1 pm and after that, the four of them were present there for nearly 4 hours. Finally, they decided to not go the legal way and try to sort it out at home. Last chance for Abhinav?

Shweta was the cynosure of all eyes, she has been one of the top 5 television actresses that Indian television has seen and naturally,  whispers started going agog almost immediately after they headed back to their residence.


We messaged Shweta to know what exactly has gone wrong but even after reading our texts, she choose to not respond. We also called up Senior PI Raju Laxman from the police station in question but he too chose to not comment. We wonder if the actress had made a request to the police to keep the matter under wraps.

Our heart bleeds for Shweta, her first marriage with Raja Chaudhary was a disaster and Raja too was a violent man. Our heart bleeds for Palak as well, she is such a well- behaved girl and certainly does not deserve any sh## from her step-father.

Image Source: jansatta, justdial, Instagram/palaktiwarii/shweta.tiwari, Topyaps

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