These days, TV actor Shweta Tiwari is in the spotlight about her personal life. Yes, she had accused her first husband, Raja Chaudhary, of domestic violence, and now her second husband has been charged the same. Yes, you may remember Shweta filed a complaint with daughter Palak against her second husband Abhinav on August 11 and since then she has been in the news.
Abhinav Kohli was arrested on charges of domestic violence but now he got bail but the case is still continuing. Recently, Shweta Tiwari's first husband, Raja Chaudhary, has discussed her relationship with Actress and when asked, "Did you try to contact Shweta after the issue?"
"I have called Shweta more than 100 times, but she has not answered a single call from me. And she's not responding to the message. At least the answer should be so. After all, Palak is my daughter too. But what to say. Shweta has always been like this, a great wall was built between me and Palak and she continues to do so. Since 2007, when we were officially separated, she never responded to me properly," he said, "Did Abhinav create problems between you and Shweta's relationship?" Was it in Shweta's life even before you divorced?
So listening to this question, Raja said, "Abhinav was as a person who provides the shoulder to a woman who is upset and depressed. Shweta was very impressed with her. He would also guide Shweta to get divorced. Abhinav used to say, "Don't let Raja meet his daughter." When Shweta was in the Big Boss, he (Abhinav Kohli) lived with my daughter and her grandmother. Once I went to see the daughter, I noticed that The behaviour of Abhinav was very rude. He was ordering like a boss to go inside, don't sit here and see him very unfairly.'"
At the same time, Raja said, "Seeing this, my blood was gone. I scolded him for doing so after which the case reached the police station. I slapped him outside the police station too. I also told the police that he was misbehaving with my daughter. When Shweta came out of the Big Boss house, she took everything differently and started blaming me," she said.