Mumbai: Controversial godwoman Radhe Maa was in for fresh trouble on Tuesday as the Mumbai police registered another FIR against her, acting on a complaint filed by TV personality Dolly Bindra, reports said.
The FIR against Radhe Maa by Borivali police came after TV actress and former 'Bigg Boss' contestant Dolly Bindra complained to police against Radhe Maa, accusing her of molestation, intimidation, sexual harassment and voyeurism.
The FIR was also registered against more than a dozen of Radhe Maa's family memebers and associates, the PTI reported.
Dolly Bindra had earlier levelled startling accusations on Radhe Maa, accusing her and her family members of committing indecent acts.
Dolly had revealed that during Radhe Maa's 'satsangs', once her elder son, while dancing on a Bollywood number, had taken off his boxer shorts. She added that after that 'obscene' act, Radhe Maa's daughter-in-laws surrounded her and started dancing in a weird manner.
She also claimed that the godwoman used to "force" Dolly to "get close" to her male devotees.
"An offence under Section 294, Section 354, Section 506(2), Section 109, Section 120 B has been registered against Radhe Maa, Sanjiv Gupta, Talli Baba, Bhupendra and others based on TV actress Dolly Bindra's complaint at the Borivali police station," Additional Commissioner of Police (North Region) Fateh Singh Patil said.
The senior police official said that the suburban Borivali police may summon Radhe Maa soon in connection with the fresh FIR registered against her.
Earlier, the suburban Kandivali police had registered an FIR against Radhe Maa for alleged dowry harassment in August.
However, Radhe Maa has been granted interim relief by the Bombay High Court in that case.
Meanwhile, the Republican Party of India (A) has planned an agitation in Borivali on Friday to protest against the alleged "misdeeds" of Radhe Maa.
Incidentally, two other complaints have been filed earlier against the godwoman at the Borivali police station by advocates Falguni Brahmbhat and Ashok Rajput, alleging "obscenity" and "superstitious acts" respectively.
With PTI Inputs