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Entertainment Payal Ghosh shares deleted posts from 2019 about her encounter with a ‘director’, slams #MeToo movement for being ‘fake’
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FacebookTwitterPintrestBy – TIMESOFINDIA.COMUpdated: Sep 30, 2020, 18:01 ISTfacebooktwitterincomWhile Mumbai police have summoned Anurag Kashyap after Payal Ghosh filed an FIR accusing the filmmaker of sexual misconduct, the ‘Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi’ actress took to Twitter to share screenshots of her deleted posts from 2018 where she mentioned about her encounter with a “famous director” who had told Ghosh that being “physically friendly” was the criteria to get work.

She tweeted saying, “ My few posts during #metoo movement which was been deleted by my manager and family,. I will make sure to rename #metooindia to something else because #metooindia is fake and slave to influencial people.”
My few posts during #metoo movement which was been deleted by my manager and family ., I will make sure to rename… https://t.co/0fPdxqr6Sd— Payal Ghosh (@iampayalghosh) 1601394782000
Talking about being forced to delete her #MeToo posts, the actress has also shared a screeshot of messages exchanged between her kin and manager. She further wrote, “My mangerger’s message to my family because he was scared of Bollywood’s dalle.”

My mangerger’s message to my family because he was scared of Bollywood’s dalle https://t.co/KkKtZBqVZs— Payal Ghosh (@iampayalghosh) 1601395295000
Meanwhile, according to ANI Anurag has been asked by the Mumbai police to appear at Versova Police station on October 1 at 11 am in connection with the alleged sexual assault complaint.
Mumbai Police summons film director Anurag Kashyap (in file photo) asking him to appear at Versova Police station t… https://t.co/uF2FjOmpPN— ANI (@ANI) 1601446295000
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