Television actress Shweta Tiwari’s former husband and actor Abhinav Kohli was arrested by the Mumbai Police after the actress had filed a complaint accusing him of domestic violence and molestation. He had refuted all the allegations of domestic violence in their marriage. He had claimed that Shweta used her own daughter Palak Tiwari against him. And now he has claimed that Shweta has taken his son Reyaansh to an undisclosed location and not allowing to meet him. “Since Sunday (October 25), my son Reyaansh has been missing. I don’t know where he is. He was with me for 40 days all the time. But since last Sunday, Shweta has taken my son, Reyansh to an undisclosed location without telling me. Since Sunday I have been chasing Shweta on phone. I personally went to her house also, but she is not meeting or taking my calls. In fact, she has blocked me. It has been five days, I haven’t seen my boy, not heard his voice. I tried every way possible. I went to her sets as well with the expectation that maybe she is ignoring me, but at least I will get to see my son. I recorded the video also to keep a proof of our recording, but she did not tell me anything. My message was also passed to her on her sets but she didn’t respond and vanished with the baby. Suddenly, he has disappeared from my life and I have become dead for him. For the last 40 days he was with me,” Abhinav Kohli told TOI.
After Shweta had confirmed that she was tested positive for coronavirus, she had sent her son Reyansh to his father Abhinav Kohli. And the latter has also claimed that he took care of their son while the actress was home quarantined and recuperating from the virus and even during her shoots thereafter.
Abhinav also spoke about the mistreatment he had received at the hands of Shweta who didn’t let him meet their son. “The argument got so bad that Shweta started abusing me. She went on a rant in front of the maids and everyone. That’s when the fight got ugly. They called the police and to teach me a lesson, they got me arrested. This was a treatment meted out to me,” he said.