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Wednesday, 24 April 2024 12.04 AM IST

'Grabbed my hand and pushed me onto bed, touched private parts; Saudi woman comes up with more allegations in sexual assault complaint

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The woman, a native of Saudi Arabia, who lodged a sexual assault complaint against Mallu traveler aka Shakir Subhan, has made more revelations against the YouTuber. In a video shared on social media, the young woman stated that Shakir Subhan tried to sexually assault her after calling her to a hotel in Ernakulam on the pretense of an interview. The woman stated that Shakir dragged her to the bed and touched her private parts when she tried to resist. The incident took place on September 13 at a private hotel in Kochi. The Ernakulam Central Police have registered a case on the woman's complaint. The woman also said that the Saudi Embassy and the Saudi Consulate have been informed about the incident.

"Shakir called us to a private hotel in Kochi saying it was for an interview. I went to the hotel with my fiance, a native of Kozhikode. When my fiance went out, Shakir came to me and spoke. Then he grabbed my hand and pushed me onto the bed. He touched my private parts. I pushed him hard and asked why he touched my body without my consent. He replied that he was a man and had feelings. He said that he wanted to have sex with me. I was shocked by his reply," the woman said.

Meanwhile, Shakir Subhan has come out denying the allegations. Shakir said that the molestation complaint is fake and that he will confront it with evidence.

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TAGS: CRIME, SHAKIR SUBHAN, MALLU TRAVELLER SEXUAL HARASSMENT CASE, SEXUAL ASSAULT, YOUTUBER, KERALA, MALLU TRAVELER
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