Rajendra Prasad Mohapatra

Delhi Capitals flamboyant opener Prithvi Shaw is currently struggling with his poor form in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL). However, there seems to be more trouble in store for the whirlwind batter in the coming days.

In response to a petition filed by Sapna Gill regarding a selfie controversy case, the Bombay High Court has issued a notice to the explosive Indian batter.

The court has also sent notices to some police officers and friends of Shaw who were present during the incident which occurred at Barrel Mansion Club in Vile Parle East. As per reports, Shaw allegedly refused to take selfies with Gill and her friends leading to an altercation.

Sapna has accused Shaw and his friend of molesting her in a public place and outraging her modesty. She has also complained that Shaw assaulted her physically with a deadly weapon. She even claimed that the cricketer touched her inappropriately and pushed her away.

The brawl between Shaw and Gill was captured on camera and went viral on various social media platforms. Following the incident, Shaw had filed a complaint alleging harassment. Subsequently, Gill was arrested. However, she was later released on bail.