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Aliza Sultan shares harrowing pictures of domestic abuse

While announcing her divorce last week, in an Instagram post, Aliza made some shocking revelations about her marriage and relationship with Feroze Khan during the four years of marriage.

Aliza Sultan, the former wife of actor Feroze Khan, submits evidence of physical and domestic abuse in court. The couple has parted ways after four years of marriage.

She shared pictures of bruises on her body that are part of the court record. The couple filed for divorce in September. The pictures are going viral on social media, garnering support for Aliza Sultan. The actor is coming under intense criticism on social media. According to netizens, Aliza has submitted concrete evidence against Feroze Khan in the case. The court has allowed Feroze Khan to meet children twice a week on the condition of submitting his passport to the court.

While announcing her divorce last week, in an Instagram post, Aliza made some shocking revelations about her marriage and relationship with Feroze Khan during the four years of marriage. A week before the announcement of the divorce, the news of Feroze Khan submitting a visiting rights certificate for his children was rife on social media. The news hinted at the couple formally parting ways.

“Our marriage of four years was utter chaos,” Aliza said in a statement. “In addition to continuous physical and psychological violence during this period, I had to endure infidelity, blackmail, and degradation at my husband’s hands.” She added that after careful consideration, she has “reached the sad conclusion that I cannot spend my whole life in this horrific manner.”

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Aliza went on to comment, “The welfare and well-being of my children have played a significant role in this decision. I do not want them to grow up in a toxic, unhealthy, and violent household. I am afraid that their mental development and approach to life would be negatively impacted by exposure to a such hostile environment.”

Further elaborating, she shared, “No kid should ever have to grow up feeling violence to be a normal part of relationships. I would rather teach them that no wounds are too deep to be healed, no scars too shameful to be concealed at the cost of one’s safety.”