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Bad patch led ex-Miss Bangalore astray

Onkar Singh in New Delhi | June 11, 2003 21:14 IST

Miss Bangalore 1999 and aspiring actress Jyoti Reddy alias Ritu, who was arrested in south Delhi for prostitution, told a Delhi court that a bad patch had led her astray.

She was arrested from a five star hotel in Chanakyapuri on Tuesday.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Rajan Bhagat contacted Reddy on her mobile phone disguised as a merchant and struck a deal for Rs 15,000.

Inspectors Samay Singh and Ram Pal Singh arrested her as she was collecting an advance of Rs 2,000 from Bhagat.

When she was produced in court on Wednesday, Reddy pleaded with Judge V K Yadav to let her go home.

"I really am sorry for what I have done. I am ashamed of it and will never do it again," she said with folded hands.

Asked why she indulged in such activities, a sobbing Reddy said, "I was going through a bad patch and did not realise what I was doing."

Reddy covered her face throughout the court proceedings. She was granted bail on furnishing surety of Rs 15,000.

Her father is a doctor by profession and her only brother is working in the film industry in Mumbai. She had been working as a model after winning the pageant in 1999 and was trying for a break in films.


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Sub: Reddy

i completely agree with many of you. why is the media/police making such a big deal of this? this is more shameful than the actual ...


Posted by Tripti Agarwal





Sub: Good Cops

Yeah people doing these type of activities should be dealt with the highest punsihmnet, bUt the police should act on every illegal flesh trade the ...


Posted by singh





Sub: Y arrest her

its common these days, know about call centers what happenning at nights there... she got bad name not for what she has done, but police ...


Posted by madhu sudhan





Sub: Interference in personal life

While this may be seen as another saviour on face of morality and ethics, this goes to show how much democratic government still interferes inpersonal ...


Posted by sunny





Sub: Ex-Miss banglore

To maintain the standard of line in glamour field these young girls are degrading themselves by doing all these things. it is very pathetic.


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