Bigg Boss Telugu winner Shiva Balaji’s wife becomes cyber crime victim, case filed

Shiva Balaji, famously known as the angry young man in the Bigg Boss house, became the first winner of the first season of Bigg Boss Telugu, a reality show where the actor lived with 13 other contestants in one house. The actor filed a police complaint in Hyderabad on Sunday on behalf of his wife, actor Madhumita, after she allegedly received abusive messages on her Facebook account. The complaint was lodged with the Cyberabad police, and the Cyber Crime department is looking into the case. A senior official was reported saying that they were trying to recover the IP address through which they could track down the accused. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The actor reports that they have been harassed online earlier too. He was competing for the titled with four others including Archana, Adarsh, Navdeep and Hariteja. Top News
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Updated: October 30, 2017 3:20 pm

Shiva Balaji filed complaint on cyber crime.