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Monday, May 23, 2022
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In social media, the photo of 200 women was posted as a call girl.

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Antop Hill Police has booked a 22-year-old man after seven women posing as call girls complained of their photographs being circulated on social media platforms for the past five years. The women have claimed that their friend Shubham Gadling, 22, a resident of Wadala, was behind the act. Police suspect that more than 200 women have been victims.  Gadling had stolen their photos and videos from their respective social media accounts.

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He created fake accounts on Instagram and Telegram, on which she posted pictures of them describing them as prostitutes. The women said that the alleged accused, Gadling, also personally sent pictures of them to his followers, assuring them of a sexual encounter in exchange for money.

The complainants have demanded strict action against him. The age of the complainant in the case is between 12-25 years and is his friend from college, school, society, family friend or relative. The accused Gadlingal is a commerce graduate. His parents were planning to send him to Canada for further studies.

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Police registered a case against Gadling and arrested him last week. However, a day after his arrest, he was released on bail. Police officials say that the accused Gadling is troubled after the relationship soured for the last three-four years. He is undergoing treatment, he said.

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