ABCD 2 Dancer Arrested For Allegedly Raping A Mentally Challenged Girl
Remo D’Souza’s latest directorial venture ABCD 2 might be close to touching the 100 crore mark, but it made the news recently for the worst reason possible.
A back-up dancer in the film, Nilesh Nirbhavane, was arrested for allegedly raping a 14 year old mentally challenged girl. Nilesh, along with 2 other accused used to take the girl to isolated spots and then sexually exploit her.
Source: Deccan Chronicle
The matter came to light when the girl’s teacher noticed a sudden change in her behaviour. The girl then broke down and told her that 3 people had been sexually exploiting her for the past 3 months.
Back-up dancer Nilesh Nirbhavane was arrested after the victim described a distinct feature of his. His two broken front teeth. He was arrested by the Pant nagar police who claim that he has confessed to his crime.
The accused has been booked under Sections 376 D (gang rape), 377 (unnatural offences) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the Indian Penal Code.
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New Delhi: A back up dancer Nilesh Nirbhavane (20) of latest released Bollywood film ABCD 2 has been arrested for allegedly raping teenaged girl who was mentally challenged.
According to police, the accused Nilesh Nirbhavane who was a dancer by profession and two other accused took the 14-year-old girl to public toilets or any other isolated place and raped her.
The incident came to light when the victim’s teacher interrogated her, after noticing a severe change in her activities. The victim then broke her silence and revealed that three people had been raping her since last month.
The back-up dancer Nilesh was arrested by Pant Nagar Police after the girl described a distinctive feature two broken front teeth. Police also said that Nilesh confessed the allegation.
The accused have been booked under Sections 376D (gang rape), 377 (unnatural offences) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC.