Aarti Singh, Madhurima Tuli and Vishal Aditya Singh in Bigg Boss 13

Bigg Boss 13: These Three Contestants Were Victims of Sexually Abused, Know Their Story


Sexually Abused Contestants in Bigg Boss 13: In Bigg Boss 13, during the ‘Weekend Ka Vaar’, Acid Attack Survivor Lakshmi Aggarwal arrived to promote the film ‘Chhapaak‘. Here she told his story in front of the contestants. Also asked everyone to show their mouth. If you see something bad in your life, then share it with everyone. Shocking stories of some Contestants came out during the ‘Mouth Seen’ task.


Aarti Singh, Vishal Aditya Singh, Madhurima Tuli, Rashmi Desai, Siddharth Shukla, and Paras Chhabra showed their faces at Bigg Boss house. Three of these contestants Aarti, Vishal and Madhurima told how they were sexually abused in their childhood. All three started crying while saying their words. Let us tell you the painful story of all three.

TV actress Madhurima Tuli said that when she was younger, her home tutor sexually assaulted her. Madhurima said, ‘I was very young at that time. That tutor used to come to my house to teach me and send my brother to get water or something and then molest me. The home tutor did this to me many times. Then I told my mother and father. They supported me a lot, but it took me a long time to emerge from that incident.

At the same time, Aarti Singh said in the task, “When I was 13 years old, I was almost tried to rape me at home. I ran and I tried to save myself. At that time there was no one at home. To escape myself I jumped from the second floor. After that I started having panic attacks, even today I tremble to remember that day.

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After this, Vishal Aditya Singh also narrated the incident. Vishal said, ‘I was a victim of physically abused by 2-3 boys in my childhood. This is the reason why I started hating boys. The accident took place at the age of 10–11 years. After this, there were many flaws in me. Since the accident, neither did I feel hearted in studies nor at home. I was just ahead in the game because everyone used to forget about the game and I used to feel safe there. After I was 18, I had beaten those boys up a lot.’

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