New Delhi: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team director Sidhartha Mallya may find himself in some deep trouble as the alleged victim in the molestation case involving RCB batsman Luke Pomersbach has decided to file a complaint against him with the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Saturday.
The alleged victim is expected to meet DCW chairperson at 12 noon. The agency will then register her complaint and ask the police to investigate the matter.
Mallya junior had on Friday tweeted against the alleged victim, questioning her character. "The girl who is accusing Luke of hitting her fiance was all over me last night. If he was her fiance, she wasn't exactly behaving like a future wife," he said. He went on to add, "What this girl is doing is idiotic."
In another incident, he was involved in a confrontation at the Hyderabad airport after the team landed for its next game against the Deccan Chargers.
He lost his cool as he walked out towards the team bus, letting loose a volley of abuse after being harassed by reporters.
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