Tamil lyricist Vairamuthu who has been accused of sexual harassment, says he is ready to legal route if the accusers file a complaint against him. Singer Chinmayi Sripaada and few other women from the music industry have accused Vairamuthu of sexual misconduct. After being accused of sexual harassment, the Tamil lyricists took to Twitter and reacted to the allegations put on him. “Allegations levelled against me are totally false, motivated. If they are true, those concerned can file a case against me.. I am waiting to face,” he said.
Reacting to the lyricists Vairamuthu’s video, Chinmayi took to Twitter and demanded a live detector test. He tweeted, “Mr. Vairamuthu should take a lie detector test. Enough said.” Now it remains to see if the things go legal. Me Too Movement is gaining momentum in India and celebrities from the film industry are coming out to share their horrifying stories.
Mr. Vairamuthu should take a lie detector test.
— Chinmayi Sripaada (@Chinmayi) October 14, 2018
On October 10, Vairamuthu took to Twitter and denied all the allegations put against him. He claims to be innocent in the tweet. His tweet read, “Shaming innocent people has become a fashion these days. I have been shamed on several occasions recently. This is one among them. I do not lend an ear to anything that is not true. Time shall reveal the truth.”
Chinmayi’s husband and actor Rahul Ravindran, Siddharth, Samantha Akkineni and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar among others have come out in support of Me Too movement. Actor-politician Kamal Haasan recently said that men who have accused of sexual harassment by women should respond to the allegations.