MUMBAI: Somy Ali, Salman Khan's ex-girlfriend, has shared numerous tweets on social media accusing him of verbal, sexual, and physical assault. It took the former performer 20 years to come forward with the truth because of trauma, and she claimed to have never praised the actor.
Somy accused Salman of conspiring to prevent her show, Flight or Fight, from airing on Discovery+ in India in a video that she posted on Instagram on Saturday. She began by discussing every instance of sexual assault in her life and even earlier public appearances. She continued by saying that it frequently takes months for abuse victims to openly discuss what happened.
She insisted repeatedly that just because Salman was nice to them didn't imply he was nice to everyone else and that everyone is "grey" on the inside.
"I want Salman Khan to confess what he put me through, from the verbal, sexual, and physical abuse, and I want a public apology," she stated, adding that "an egomaniac and a narcissist will probably never do. And I want him to lift the ban on my programme so that India can see what No More Tears does and what I have spent the past 15 years fighting tirelessly to save more than 40,000 men and women from.
She said, "How can you say that you have never hit me or abused me? I want Mr. Khan to look at himself in the mirror and ask himself. How do you have the guts to forbid my show knowing that I have done these things and have plainly denied doing them? Shame on you. I sincerely hope you can get the courage to accept responsibility for your actions and apologize in front of others.
Somy claimed in another post that Salman was "abusing" her back in the 1990s and that everyone knew it. People have made fun of her for praising him in the past and then criticizing him now. However, she wrote, "Years ago he did not ban my show and I have to say this again and again, everyone in the 90s knew he was abusing me."