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Kapil Sharma accepts he wrote abusive tweets, files extortion complaint against ex-girlfriend Preeti Simoes

A journalist accused Kapil of making derogatory remarks against his daughter and has also posted an audio clip of the same.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: April 07, 2018 10:15 IST ]

Kapil Sharma files police complaint against a journalist and his ex-girlfriend

Comedian Kapil Sharma is fond of axing his own foot. After initially blaming on hackers for his abusive tweets, Kapil has finally accepted that it was indeed him who wrote those tweets. In a fresh tweet this morning, Kapil said that whatever he wrote, he wrote from his heart. His team deleted the tweet but he will not get scared by reporter who wrote anything for few bucks. 

Here's exactly what he wrote: ''Maine jo bhi likha apne dil se likha tha... It was my team who deleted the tweets ... But main is k***e bikaayu reporter se darne wala nahi hu... he can write anything for anybody just for a few bucks. Shameless.''

Well, this is not the first time Kapil got mired in a controversy over tweets. Even earlier, he has been accused of drunk tweeting. When later Kapil apologised saying that it was hackers who wrote those tweets, netizens didn't buy his argument.

Kapil has also filed a police complaint against his ex-managers Neeti, ex-girlfriend Preeti Simoes and journalist Vicky Lalwani. Kapil accused them of trying to extort Rs 25 lakhs from him and said that the journalist began a false propaganda to malign him over social media.

On the other hand, Spotboye.com's editor Lalwani in a report revealed that Kapil abused him over phone and also posted an audio clip of the same. Lalwani said that the comedian made derogatory remarks against his daughter.

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