Trisha held that her Twitter account was hacked and a tweet was sent on view putting me in a very insensitive light.
Chennai: After coming under attack from quite a few social media operators and Tamil activist groups, popular actress Trisha on Sunday deactivated her Twitter account later it was “hacked.” She asserted that she have faith in and respects Tamil culture and custom.
Trisha, who has to be there under attack from social media users after images of her sporting PETA T-shirt, was spread on WhatsApp, said she was “deeply hurt” by the lack of respect and filthy language being used “towards me and the persons who supported me, by some vested interest.”
“This is to let know the general public that I have been intensely troubled and defamed for no mistake of mine over the last week as regards the Jallikattu issue. I made my posture very clear on my social networking account yesterday that I have never remained against or opposed Jallikattu,” she whispered in a statement on Sunday.
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WhatsApp operators did not spare Trisha since Thursday as “pictures condoling her death” were spread on the popular conversation app and supporters of jallikattu even gheraoed the shooting spot of a movie in which she is in performing the lead role. “I am not once against my own people and keep wondering why anybody would go to such an extent to insult me and put me in the bad light,” she whispered.
Political expert Prof Ramu Manivannan says everybody should respect different attitudes as well. “Though I may support jallikattu I don’t reflect anyone should make such remarks against people who have a different opinion. This is not our principles and such things should not be encouraged,” he told Deccan Chronicle.
Senior advocate Sudha Ramalingam speaks a case under Sections 354 (outraging modesty of a woman) and sections 500, 501 & 502 (civil defamation) can be made compared to those spreading rumors about the performer. “They are offending the modesty of the woman by speaking about her and they are also insulting her by talking about her personal matters,” she said.