Shahnaz plans to gatecrash into house of ‘hubby’

Published: 28th December 2012 08:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th December 2012 08:28 AM   |  A+A-


Kerala-based Shahnaz, who was arrested three months ago for allegedly cheating several men after ‘marrying’ them  and making away with their cash and valuables, has planned to gatecrash into the house of one Prasanna, whom she claims to be her husband. The woman, who walked into the City Police Commissioner’s (CoP) office on Thursday to clarify to mediapersons that she had not married 50 men and cheated them as reported, said that she would barge into Prasanna’s house at Pulianthope on Friday. On Wednesday, Shahnaz lodged a complaint with the CoP, seeking help to reunite with Prasanna, claiming that they were married.  Shahnaz, who is reportedly nine-months pregnant, was released on bail on December 18.  A native of Pathanamthitta in Kerala,  she alleged that Prasanna’s parents were threatening her not to return.

“Prasanna was the only person I married. He supported me when I was arrested, but forgot me after that. After I got released from prison, he kept delaying in meeting me. I have been staying at a friend’s place in Madhavaram,” she said, showing a still of the marriage.

“He wants my yet-to-be born child, but not me. Even if they are going to kill me, I will walk into his house. Where else will I go?” she asked. “I had been supporting his family and all my valuables are in his house. He paid `60,000 to rent a house and we were there only for three months. I don’t know why he lodged a complaint against me,” she claimed.

“I am informing mediapersons about my plan to walk into Prasanna’s house as I fear for my child’s life,” she added.

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