Bengaluru: Cricketer Amit Mishra would face more trouble as the investigations carried out by Ashok Nagar police reveal that he not only verbally abused the victim, but fractured her ring finger.
Moreover the 36-page chargesheet also stated that the incident of assault did not happen while defending himself from the woman, as he had claimed in his statement.
Amit Mishra had stated that the victim, Vandana, had abused him and he had pushed her in a fit of rage and her finger may have gotten hurt from the kettle kept on the table. I had no intention to attack or abuse her, he had said in his statement.
The medical report stated that the fracture was due to the twist with force and not after getting hurt from an object and this indicates that Mishra had indeed fractured her finger.
The chargesheet stated that the victim managed to sneak into the cricketer’s hotel room by hoodwinking the staff and Amit got annoyed.
In his statement Amit had stated that he had returned to his room on that day and was shocked to see Vandana there. She had also searched his baggage for something.
“I asked her how she came inside. The cricketer even called the hotel manager and complained. By then Vandana started shouting and abusing me. In a bid to save myself from her attack I pushed her away. The kettle kept on the table fell down and broke. The hotel staff asked me whether they should take the victim away with security, but he sent them back and convinced her to go back”, the cricketer had said.
However, in her complaint Vandana had claimed that Amit entered the room, she was already inside. He started fighting with her asking how she got inside the room. Amit hit her and later threw a kettle on her face. Then Amit strangled her neck. She got frightened and screamed. Amit then twisted her right wrist and fractured her right ring finger.