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Preity claims Ness threw burning cigarettes at her.

BOLLYWOOD actress Preity Zinta has claimed that her former boyfriend Ness Wadia would torture her by throwing burning cigarettes at her and often lock her up in a room. This was revealed by Preity in her letter to the Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria which she handed over to him on June 30. Sources in the Mumbai police confirmed receiving the letter and its contents.

"Ness's behaviour towards me is getting more and more aggressive and violent over a period of time. From throwing burning cigarettes at my face to locking me up in rooms and manhandling me, I have seen it all with him," she said in a letter to Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria.

In her letter, Preity has appealed to the police that Ness be kept away from her as she feared for her life. " I just want him to be kept away from me so I can live in peace, otherwise one unfortunate day, in a fit of rage, he will kill me and that really scares me," she said in the letter.

Preity has informed the police that she is worried to the point of being paranoid that somehow Ness would harm her directly or indirectly.

She again repeated that she approached the police to lodge a FIR against Ness not with an intention to harm him, but out of fear for her own safety.

The Preity- Ness controversy came to the fore when Preity lodged a FIR with the Marine Drive police against Ness under the charges of molestation, hurling abuses and threatening her during the IPL cricket match between Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings at Wankhede stadium. All along Ness who has not been arrested by police has denied the charges levelled by Preity.

(With PTI inputs)

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Date:Jul 23, 2014
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