Pak umpire Rauf admits photos with model real
Rauf, an ICC elite panel upmire, told Pakistani media that the model Leena Kapoor had taken pictures with him by posing as a fan. Kapoor, 21, forced him into recommending her for the reality TV show "Bigg Boss" as he has good relations with people in Bollywood, Rauf told Express News channel.
"But the show's organisers said that they do not accept entries via recommendations or references, so I ended contact with her," he said. "All I can say at the moment is that there is no truth in these allegations. I cannot make such relations at the ripe old age of 56," Rauf said.
In Mumbai, Kapoor gave a written complaint to Deputy Commissioner of Police Pratap Digaokar's office in suburban Bandra on Monday alleging that she was sexually abused by Rauf on several occasions in Sri Lanka as well as in India, this year.
Digaokar said the complaint was received by him and he has forwarded it to the Versova police station, which has begun an enquiry in the matter. According to Kapoor, she meet Rauf in Sri Lanka in March this year through a common friend and the two exchanged their telephone numbers.
"Then we became very good friends following which Rauf had even proposed to marry me. He had also come to Mumbai when I was not well," Kapoor told PTI. Rauf had introduced her to many people in Delhi "as his wife", Kapoor claimed.
"Rauf told me that his community allows him to marry more than one woman. Rauf has a wife and two children. I believed him and also freely moved with him," Kapoor, born and brought up in Delhi, said. "But when recently I called him up, he completely refused to recognise me," she said.
"Since the last 10 days he has not been answering my calls. Later, he called me up saying he does not want to keep any relationship with me," she said. On photos circulated in the media, she said, "I have more pictures of us. How can he say that there is no relationship between us? The pictures speak for themselves. How can he lie? God knows why he is lying."
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