A Mumbai-based model shocked many when she registered a rape and molestation case against nine Bollywood celebrities at Bandra police station in May. She has now claimed that the accused are sending threat messages to her on Instagram.

Bollywood photographer Colston Julian, founder of Kwan Entertainment Anirban Blah, actor-producer Jackky Bhagnani and Krishan Kumar of T-series were some of the men whom she accused of the crime.

According to OpIndia, she accused the police of not taking any action in connection with the case, and said that the accused should be held responsible if anything unnatural was to happen to her. The woman revealed that she is being gang-stalked by fake Instagram accounts, which she believes were set-up by the accused.

She informed the investigating officer about the threats being sent to her following the FIR against the Bollywood biggies. She was asked to visit a police station to register a fresh case.

She told Mid-day that she doesn't want to go to the police station again as it took her a long time to register the first FIR and none of them have been held till now.

She shared that she has no other enemies other than the accused. “One of the accused, Anirban Blah, approached the sessions court seeking anticipatory bail but it was rejected on July 5. The police have not arrested him yet," said the woman, who is wondering where the investigation is headed.

She deleted her Facebook account and stayed away from Instagram for two years, but "they never gave up gangstalking me.”

Assistant Police Inspector Sagar Nikam of Bandra police station, the investigating officer, clarified that Blah’s bail was rejected because the application of the accused was objected by the police. He also mentioned that they are simply following the legal procedures before nabbing the accused.

He shared that Blah is currently not in Mumbai, and is in Hyderabad. Police have sent him a notice via email, and they have recorded statements of five accused in the case, Nikam shared.

The investigators have also visited all the crime scenes listed in the woman’s statement. Police have got their hands on CCTV footage from a few locations. Statements of around 20 people have already been recorded, said Nikam.

Talking about the death threats, Nikam said that he has told her to go to the nearest police station to register a fresh FIR.

A senior officer from Bandra police said that police officers are not being sent to another state to make the arrest due to Covid-19 fears.

A female former police officer has accused her former colleagues of sedating her with drugs stolen from crime scenes and dead people to perform heinous rapes for a span of five years. This is a representational image. PIXABAY