A Delivery Boy Shared THIS Actress’ Cell Number On Adult WhatsApp Group
According to Gayatri Sai, it is Domino's delivery boy, who shared her personal number on adult WhatsApp group and introduced her an 'item'.
Gayatri Sai, who was launched by Mani Ratnam’s National Award-winning film Anjali, in 1990, has shared a shocking incident. According to reports, Gayatari Sai’s cell phone number has been shared on adult WhatsApp group.
As per a report published in Telugu News portal, Gayatri had ordered Pizz from Domino’s and the delivery boy named Parameswaran brought the Pizza. While looking for her house, he had made various calls to reach the venue.
According to Gayatri Sai, it is that Domino’s delivery boy, who shared her personal number on adult WhatsApp group and introduced her an ‘item’. Later, she tagged the delivery boy asking to take strict action against the person who shared her number in obscene WhatsApp chat group.
In 2018, Gayatri Sai had been in the headlines when she alleged that Prakash M Swamy, a senior journalist from Chennai, had sent her dirty WhatsApp messages and also physically abused her on the pretext of helping with her son’s passport.
After tying the knot with Mr Sainath, she had moved to Hong Kong. A single mother of two, Gayatri Sai, also went live on Facebook and levelled the kind of harassment she was subjected to by Prakash M Swamy.
In an eight-minute video, she stated that Prakash had begun threatening her, saying that he’d expose her to the world as her husband’s killer, who actually died of a massive heart attack.
Responding to her allegations, she had issued a statement to IB Times via text message, Prakash said wrote, “All I can say is that this is an attempt to thwart the media person from doing his job and I shall come out with my investigative report soon to expose the culprit whoever it may be. In this connection, a Tamil weekly recently wrote that she may have killed her husband in Hong Kong and ran away to Chennai with insurance claims worth ten crore. I strongly deny all her allegations as frustrated and malicious outbursts.”