Actor Sana Khan has opened a can of explosive allegations on ex-boyfriend Melvin Louis. This includes Sana claiming that Melvin exploited a number of women sexually and was dominant boyfriend who forced her to publicize their relationship on social media platforms. To add to that, she also made a shocking claim that Melvin once stole a phone that was given to him for the purpose of a campaign. This was revealed when she sat for an exclusive conversation with Bollywood Hungama.
It so happened that Sana and Melvin were together roped in for a Samsung campaign, and as she puts it, they were offered a bomb amount for it. While they did have a fallout between themselves, Melvin somehow mended things as the brand was taking back the campaign if Sana wasn't associated to him, but he did not want to lose out on the work. Sana added that the possibility of losing the campaign angered Melvin, who called her, abused her, and told her that he ran the house and would need the money. Later, Sana asked him whether he received the money.
"I asked him, did you get all the money? He said, 'oh no, you know what, that Samsung phone is lost.' They gave us a phone to practice and everything. And I was like, ‘the phone was with you, how did you lose it? And I remember seeing you putting it in the cupboard that day. So how did you lose it?’ He was like, 'I don't know. Maybe my assistants'. He would directly put the blame on his assistants. I was like okay,"
However, she was in for a shock when she discovered the 'lost' phone at his home soon. "3rd of Feb when I barged into his home when I got to know about the girls, I see the Samsung phone there", she said.
Within a week, she received a message from an agent, who told her that the phone was actually with Melvin.
"Basically, this poor agent paid Rs 40,000 for that Samsung phone from his pocket and you (Melvin) were paid lakhs. Why would you rob a phone? I was shocked. I was like, 'you have robbed a Rs 40,000 phone when you have got lakhs of rupees for the collaboration? And who is paying for that phone? That poor agent," she added.
Watch the full interview below: