Post Nana Patekar getting a clean chit, Tanushree Dutta has slammed Mumbai police, for dismissing her sexual allegations charges against Nana Patekar.
According to Tanushree, Nana managed to get a clean chit as he had bribed the police into filing such a report.
"The police were hand in hand with the accused right from day one. I want to ask how much money did Nana and his people pay the police to file such a report and call me a malicious liar," stated Tanushree in her official statement.
Mumbai police had filed a B Summary closure report, giving a clean chit to Nana Patekar, in connection with a 10-year-old harassment case, which allegedly took place on a film set.
A B Summary report is filed when the police are unable to find evidence in support of the complaint filed and hence decides to discontinue the investigation.
The closure report by Oshiwara police station stated that Tanushree filed a false complaint with malicious intent against Nana Patekar and stated there was no mention of sexual misconduct in the complaints filed with Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) as well as the TV Producers Associations.
However, Tanushree feels that the Mumbai Police are being biased towards Nana Patekar and she has been given a raw deal.
"The Mumbai Police lied in its report to the court that my complaint with CINTAA did not have sexual harassment in it. They were given the copy of my handwritten 2008 complaint to CINTAA that clearly mentioned sexual harassment corroborating my 2018 FIR. In 2008 they had refused to even take my FIR and twisted and manipulated the complaint to protect the accused. CINTAA had issued a written apology for not addressing that complaint." read a statement issued by Tanushree.
In September 2018, Tanushree Dutta had accused Nana Patekar of misbehaving with her on the sets of Horn OK Please during the shooting of a dance sequence, from which she eventually walked out. She went on to file an FIR against Nana who refuted all allegations.