Actress Sherlyn Chopra who has reawakened #MeToo movement recently in Bollywood thanks to late B town actress Jiah Khan’s sister’s video that went viral a few days ago wherein she talked about how Sajid tried sexually harassing Jiah during the filming of Housefull (2010). After this entire movement got started again, latest update in same is that post MeToo allegations, Sherlyn demands public apology from Sajid.
The latest new development in the ongoing Sherlyn Sajid MeToo controversy is that post MeToo allegations, Sherlyn demands public apology from Sajid.
After placing allegations of sexually trying to harass her by flashing his genitals in front of her back in 2005, post MeToo allegations, Sherlyn demands public apology from Sajid.
Actress Sherlyn Chopra who exposed Sajid Khan for sexually trying to harass her back in 2005 in a series of her tweets on microblogging site Twitter, post MeToo allegations, Sherlyn demands public apology from Sajid.
Not only this, but she has gone on record and asked about how can Bollywood celebs continue working with him even after knowing his controversial background now which has been exposed thanks to many celebs who came out and spoke about it.
In her latest interview with an Indian leading digital wire agency, Sherlyn asked that what would she get by taking a legal action against Sajid along with mentioning that she just wants him to apologize. Throwing more light on same, she said, “I just want him to issue a public apology not just to me but to all those women with whom he has tried to indulge in inappropriate acts. He has been a habitual offender where he asks women to come to his home for discussion about work and then he gets into his shameless acts”.
Furthermore, she told in details about the entire ordeal which took place in April 2005, a few days after the sad demise of her father, wherein she went to Sajid’s house for discussing a role. Elucidating on same, she said, “When I went to meet him, he randomly asked me to touch his private parts. I told him that it’s not right and I left his place. I was terrified by that incident and all these years, I was blaming myself, thinking that I shouldn’t have gone there to meet him”.
She also questioned about how B town celebrities are working with him even after knowing entirely about his controversial background. Concluding the interview with this, she signed off by saying, “I don’t understand how serial offenders like him get support from the film industry. I don’t understand why they (film industry) don’t raise their voice against such shameless activities”.