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Yo Yo Honey Singh appears for hearing in Domestic Violence case in Delhi

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Bollywood singer Hirdesh Singh alias Yo Yo Honey Singh on Friday appeared before a Delhi Court in a Domestic Violence case, along with his parents and a battery of lawyers.

Honey Singh’s wife Shalini Talwar had alleged that she was subjected to numerous incidents of physical, verbal and mental abuse in the hands of her husband.

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh counselled Honey Singh and his wife for over 1.5 hours in her chamber and said Shalini will visit her matrimonial home on September 5 with two lawyers and the protection officer to take her belongings from there. The entire visit will be videographed. Both Honey Singh and Shalini Talwar have agreed to this visit.

The Tis Hazari District Court also said that the couple were saying different things about how Shalini left her matrimonial home. While Shalini claimed that she was thrown out of the matrimonial home on March 20, the singer claimed that his wife left the house on March 16 at her own will.

“We will sit down together and see if we can reach a conclusion amicably regarding residence. If not, I will hear the matter in detail and pass an order,” the Court noted.

The CMM further directed the parents of Honey Singh to appear in the online hearing on the next date of hearing, which is September 28. Both Honey Singh’s parents have been named as accused in the complaint filed by Shalini.

During a previous hearing, Shalini had broken down in court and told the CMM that she had given her husband 10 years and always stood by him, but he had abandoned her. Honey Singh did not appear before the court during the hearing and his Counsel had informed the court that the singer was unwell. As part of this domestic violence case, the court has also asked Honey to submit his medical records and income tax reports.

On his part, Honey Singh released a statement reacting to accusations of domestic violence and having sex with multiple women by his wife Shalini Talwar. Tagging the allegations as cynical and defaming in nature, the singer said in his statement, “I am deeply pained and distressed by the false and malicious allegations levied against me and my family by my companion/wife of 20 years, Mrs. Shalini Talwar. The allegations are severely odious. I have been associated with the industry for over 15 years and worked with artists and musicians across the country. Everyone is aware of my relationship with my wife, who has been an integral part of my crew for more than a decade now and always accompanied me to my shoots, events, and meetings. I strongly refute all the allegations but will not comment any further because the matter is sub-judice before the Court of Law. I have full faith in the judicial system of this country, and I am confident that the truth will be out soon.”

During the last hearing, the judge had ordered the singer to be present for the proceedings, noting that no one was above the law.

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The court also held that previously passed orders directing Singh not to contact his wife shall continue. Shalini was represented by her lawyers, Advocate Sandeep Kapur, Apoorva Pandey and GG Kashyap from Karanjawala and Co.

Singh’s lawyer and Senior Advocate Rebecca John moved an application, seeking to conduct the proceedings in-camera, which will be considered on the next date of hearing.

On September 28, the court will hear Shalini’s plea on interim compensation. She sought a compensation of Rs 20 crore, return of her dowry and also asked the court to direct her husband to pay Rs five lakh per month for a fully furnished house at a prominent location in Delhi.

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