Suchitra Krishnamoorthi Gets Lewd Messages on FB from Man Claiming to Work for National Crime Prevention Council, Singer Tweets Her Disbelief
Suchitra Krishnamoorthi lewd message (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, the prominent Indian actress, writer, and singer recently took to Twitter to complain about a man who harassed her online by sending lewd DMs. The most surprising thing to note was that the man claimed to work for the "National Crime Prevention Council." The man that seems to have a fake account goes by the name Lacosta Maphisa messaged Suchitra Krishnamoorthi a message that read, "Krishnamoorthi plz can we have sex on phone, help[sic.]" Suchitra took to Twitter to share what happened with her and tagged Mumbai Police, cyber crime branch and even Facebook. She wrote on Twitter: "When someone claims to work on National Prime Prevention council & harasses women this way @MahaCyber1 @MumbaiPolice pls take note. This message was sent to me on @facebook!"

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Mumbai Police was quite prompt to reply to Suchitra Krishnamoorthi's complaint and tweeted, "We have followed you. Please DM us your contact details." Krishnamoorthi thanked Mumbai Police for the quick response and said, "Thank you for prompt response. I wanted to bring it to ur notice thats all and i am not under any threat. If they can message me like this imagine the plight of young vulnerable girls on social media"

Check tweet:

Mumbai Police has already forwarded the complaint further. Mumbai Police said on Twitter, "Ma'am, we have already forwarded to our Social Media cell and Cyber police station for necessary intervention & action. Moreover, you can also Dial 100 or Tweet us, alternatively for prompt support."