Cricketer Yuvraj Singh named in domestic violence case

Yuvraj Singh’s sister-in-law Akanksha Sharma filed a domestic violence case against husband Zoravar Singh, brother-in-law Yuvraj and mother-in-law Shabnam Singh

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NH Web Desk

The Gurugram police has registered a case of domestic violence against Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh, his brother Zoravar Singh and mother Shabnam Singh. The case has been filed by Yuvraj’s sister-in-law, Akanksha Sharma, who has accused that her husband Zoravar Singh and his family has caused her “mental and financial trauma”, as reported by the news agency ANI. A notice has been sent to the Singh family in this regard.

Akanksha Sharma was a contestant in a popular reality TV show Big Boss 10. Her lawyer, Swati Singh Malik confirmed that the domestic violence against Singh family has been filed and the first hearing of the case will take place on October 21.

The lawyer told an entertainment portal SpotboyE that Akanksha’s husband and mother-in-law were forcing her for a child and brother-in-law, Yuvraj Singh was a ‘mute spectator’ to all her sufferings caused by the family.

Swati also said that Shabnam had filed a complaint against Akanksha a few days ago for recovery of some jewellery in all likelihood. “This recovery could possibly be of some jewellery, it’s not of money,” she said, according to the report in SpoboyE.

Akanksha Sharma and Yuvraj Singh’s younger brother Zoravar Singh got married in 2014. During Big Boss 10, Akanksha had revealed that she had walked out of her marriage after only four months. It indicated that things were not well in the marriage. The couple filed for divorce in 2016.

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