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Poonam Pandey reveals she suffered domestic abuse from ex-Husband Sam Bombay for four years

Poonam Pandey is currently one of Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Lock Upp‘ show’s most talked-about participants. Poonam, who was married to Sam Bombay, made a surprising admission regarding her personal life in the most recent episode. Poonam said that she was abused by her former husband, Sam Bombay, for four years.

Poonam Pandey accused Sam Bombay of slapping her around the nose area while speaking with Payal Rohatgi and Saisha Shinde, and the after-effects are still visible. She said, “I visited a lot of doctors. Even if I touch the area around my nose, it pops up. I cry and it pops up.”

She further revealed that she was domestically abused for four years and didn’t share her pain with anyone. “I didn’t have the ba**s to be vocal. I would still pose for nice photos, talk so casually. My face was black and blue, I would put makeup on top of it and go to events,” she added.

Earlier, Poonam accused Sam Bombay of being an alcoholic and revealed that she was ‘beaten up like a dog’.

Poonam Pandey shared, “This jail, the food, my sleep, it is luxury for me. I was in a relationship for four years and for those four years of my life, I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t eat. I would not eat for days, that’s why I crave vada pav. I would get beaten up. I would get locked in one of my bedrooms. My phone was broken so I couldn’t make any calls. And the next time I would just feel that I should kill myself. I’ve tried to kill myself multiple times. Kutte ki tarah maarta hain na, kutte ki tarah.”

 

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Poonam made news last year when she accused Sam Bombay of sexual assault and filed a case against him. For the uninitiated, she was admitted to the hospital after filing the complaint due to damage to her head and eyes.

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