Former Bigg Boss contestant Sofia Hayat has been through a lot of ordeals as far as her marriage is concerned. In shocking new revelations, she has alleged that her estranged husband not only cheated her but also tried to strangle her. Also Read - Bigg Boss 14: Nikki Tamboli Steals the Show in A Sparkling Purple Attire for The Grand Premiere
The actress has even alleged that she suffered a miscarriage after she had announced her pregnancy. She parted ways with her husband Vlad Staanescu after he allegedly duped her. Also Read - Bigg Boss 14 Contestant Pavitra Punia's Stunning Photos to Prove She's Going to be The Fashionista of Season
According to her, he cheated on her by posing himself as a successful interior designer. The actress went on to claim that he sold off the wedding ring worth Rs 10 lakh, given by her, for just Rs 1.5 lakh. Also Read - Bigg Boss 12 Contestant Nehha Pendse Looks Her Sexiest Best as She Flaunts Her Washboard Abs in This Workout Selfie
In a recent tete-a-tete, she revealed to Spotboye that her husband Vlad tried to strangle her. She said that she had also taken legal action by filing a complaint against him.
She said, “Yes, that’s true. Vlad tried to strangulate me. I have done what was required. The police are now looking out for him. I filed the complaint yesterday. We still don’t know if he is in London or Romania. The police think he is psycho; he doesn’t remember things, makes up stories and he tries to convince you that you are imagining things. Besides the things which I have revealed earlier, would u believe that he was hiding my socks too and saying that he doesn’t know where they are.”
She further added, “He once questioned me that why hadn’t I included his name as the beneficiary in my will. I told him that you don’t ask such things to people whom you love. But he said that he needs to think along those lines.”
The former model who had taken on spirituality and renounced everything to become a nun later changed her mind about marriage after meeting Vlad. They had tied the knot in an extravagant Egyptian ceremony last year.