Tamil actress Vijayalakshmi has been admitted to a Chennai hospital after she attempted suicide on Sunday. Before her suicide attempt, Vijayalakshmi posted a video on her Facebook account alleging Seeman and his party of cyberbullying.
On Sunday, Vijayalakshmi has shared a video on Facebook in which she talked about her suicide attempt and also communicated the reason why she is taking this drastic step. She accused the actor turned politician Seeman, Panangkattu Padai Katchi party’s Hari Nadar, and other followers of Naam Tamilar Katchi party of mentally harassing her.
She has also mentioned that she has been under stress from the past many months over facing the harassment by Seeman and his party members and has discussed it earlier too.
In her video, Vijayalakshmi said, “This is my last video and I have been in tremendous stress in the last four months because of Seeman and his partymen. I tried my level best to survive all these days because of my mother and sister, but I have been humiliated in the media by Harinadar recently. I have already taken a couple of my BP tablets, so in some time I will suffer from low blood pressure and in a few hours I will be dead. I would like to tell the fans who are watching the video just because I was born in Karnataka Seeman has tortured me a lot. As a woman I have put up with it to my highest capabilities, I wonâ€™t be able to handle the pressure anymore.”
She further added, ” I am from the Pillai community, the same community LTTE leader Prabhakaran is part of. Prabhakaran is the only reason Seeman is who he is today, but now he has been harassing me on social media continuously. You slut-shamed me to make me feel the pain and it is up to me to decide on what to do after facing such insults from you. I request my fans to not let Seeman away from this case, he should never get an anticipatory bail. My death should be a big eye-opener to everyone. I donâ€™t want to be a slave to anybody.”
In February 2020 posts, Vijayalakshmi had accused Seeman of cheating her after making false marriage promises.