A mother-daughter duo from Delhi created nuisance in front of Salman Khan's Bandra home on Thursday which eventually led to further altercations, forcing the police to book them on various counts including assault and criminal intimidation.
Harpreet Sethi and daughter Amrita landed at the star's footsteps on Thursday evening to sign the star for a project but was refused entry into the building, leading. This led the duo blocking the main gate with their car. The matter turned worse when the women started abusing the security guards.
"When the guards tried to stop the women, they tried to force their way inside. They pushed the guards and also abused them. When the guards called the police station, the two women left the premises in their car," said a police officer to Indian Express.
The drama didn't end there. The duo returned again at 11pm and started abusing the guards. "The guards called up the Bandra police station. Women constables were sent to the spot and they detained the two women and their driver and brought them to the police station," said the officer.
Meanwhile, on seeing the duo's white Toyota Corolla parked at a police station, a man approached the police alleging that the car had apparently hit his motorbike while he was pillion ridding with his wife. Faced with accusation, the mother-daughter duo lunged into a barrage of abuses at the motorbike owner and even called him a terrorist.
The officer at the Bandra police station added the women escaped sensing more trouble. "We could not arrest the women at night, and so asked them to wait outside. They, however, fled. We have booked the women and their driver Nitin Singh for trespassing, assault, breach of peace and criminal intimidation," added the police officer.
Confirming the fiasco, Salman Khan's father Salim Khan was quoted by Times of India as saying, "The women had been harassing us for three days. She claims to be related to a Congress leader and wants to make her daughter a heroine. She came and parked her vehicle outside the gate, blocking it."
Police are on the lookout for the women and their driver.