Vinod Kambli denies allegations of locking maid in room for three days
Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli and his wife Andrea late on Sunday denied the allegation made by their house maid of illegal confinement against the couple.
New Delhi: Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli and his wife Andrea late on Sunday denied the claim made by their servant of illegal confinement against the couple.
“All this is wrong. She should prove her allegations,” Kambli told ANI while talking about the issue.
“Will look into matter, will be taking action against her,” stated Andrea.
Early in the morning, news broke that the former Indian cricketer was accused of allegedly confined maid Soni in a room for three days after she demanded her rightful wages.
The maid had also accused Kambli and his wife of harassing and abusing her.
"I worked very hard, worked for 2 yrs with them. They treated me very badly. I begged them to let me go home but they confiscated my phone and documents," she was quoted as saying by ANI.
After she was let out by the duo, Soni headed to the police station to register the complaint.
The case has been registered under IPC 342, 504, 506 and 34.PC 342, 504, 506 and 34.