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'Saint' Radhe Maa poses as a model in mini skirt, creates storm: Watch video

Godwoman Radhe Maa, known for her lavish lifestyle and high profile ‘devotees', has stirred a fresh controversy after several objectionable pictures of this self-proclaimed spiritual leader surfaced in the media.


'Saint' Radhe Maa poses as a model in mini skirt, creates storm: Watch video

Mumbai: Godwoman Radhe Maa, known for her lavish lifestyle and high-profile ‘devotees', has stirred a fresh controversy after several objectionable pictures of this self-proclaimed spiritual leader surfaced in the media.

Radhe Maa, who is said to be a big fan of porn star-turned-actress Sunny Leone, recently posed as a model in a mini skirt and asked devotees to pick her up.

The controversy started after Rahul Mahajan, who is famous for his stints in reality TV, on Wednesday tweeted pictures of a lady in a mini skirt and asked his followers to guess who she was.

Rahul had apparently tweeted pictures of the Mumbai-based godwoman Radhe Maa.

This self-styled godwoman has been banned from visiting Nashik during the ongoing Kumbh Mela.

Radhe Maa was also booked under Dowry Prohibition Act in Mumbai on Wednesday.

Radhe Ma was booked by the cops for instigating husband and in-laws of the complainant for demanding dowry. The complainant alleged that Radhe Maa had demanded Rs 7 lakh cash and gold jewellery, besides asking for special treatment to attend the marriage reception party.

Here is the video of the controversial godwoman, which has shocked the entire nation and kick-started a debate on how a woman like her can be attributed the status of a saint.

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