Police Complaint Against Kamal Haasan For Mental Harassment By Bigg Boss Tamil 3 Contestant Madhumitha
In a complaint filed at the Nazarathpet police station in Chennai, Madhumita alleged that she was constantly bullied by the housemates during her stint on the show.
In a complaint filed at the Nazarathpet police station in Chennai, Madhumita alleged that she was constantly bullied by the housemates during her stint on the show. She also added that when she raised her concerns with Haasan, he didn't pay heed.
Madhumita with host Kamal HassanOn a related note, Madhumitha was forcefully evicted from Bigg Boss forcefully on the 55th day being August 17 under rare situations. She entered the Bigg Boss Tamil house season 3 on June 23. According to a report in TOI, Madhumitha was evicted by the Bigg Boss Tamil house for the issue of self-infliction.
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It was reported that she tried slitting her wrist inside the house, which is considered a major violation of BB rules.
But, the actress defended herself saying she decided to take the grave step after facing the mental harassment, and not getting any support from Haasan.
Madhumita inside Bigg Boss house
Following her eviction from the show, Madhumitha took to the Nazarathpet Police station to file an official complaint against the show, its contestants and host Kamal Haasan regarding mental torture and harassment.
Madhumitha also alleged that the channel didn’t provide the complete footage she requested and have cleared her dues on the same.
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