Jeevitha Rajsekhar exposes Sri Reddy in press conference

Sri Reddy made headlines after her topless protest agisnt the casting couch and sexual exploitation  in Telugu industry. Post her revelations, the Telugu film Chambers of Commerce has set up a committee for actresses to address the issue of sexual exploitation.

Ever since Sri Reddy has come out in open to speak against the casting couch in Tollywood industry, one after another dark secrets of glamorous industry are making headlines.

Well, in case you missed it we must tell you that, a few days back, a social activist Sandhya spoke up against Jeevitha Rajasekhar. She claimed, “Jeevitha Rajasekhar used to bring girls to satisfy the sexual pleasures of her husband, Rajasekhar. She used to blackmail the working women who live in Ameerpet area emotionally.”

Now, Jeevitha broke her silence and has revealed the true colours of Sri Reddy.

She held a press conference and spoke about Sri Reddy. The actress  even leaked a private video of Sri Reddy where Telugu actress is saying she will be in  sexy mood 24*7.

After this video, Jeevitha reveals that it would be hard for people to believe that she was exploited in the industry.

Sri Reddy made headlines after her topless protest agisnt the casting couch and sexual exploitation  in Telugu industry. Post her revelations, the Telugu film Chambers of Commerce has set up a committee for actresses to address the issue of sexual exploitation.

The Movie Artists Association had earlier imposed a ban on the actress and also those who would work with her. But after the Natural Human Rights Commission slapped a notice on the Telangana government, the ban was lifted. In recent events, Sri Reddy has been recently been trolled for abusing Pawan Kalyan.

Well, this has even raised our more eyebrows, what will happen next in this case, only time will tell, till then stay tuned.

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