Mumbai Police in India have registered a case against former cricketer Vinod Kambli for torturing his wife.
According to ‘Times of India’, a case against Vinod Kamble has been registered at the Bandra Police Station in Mumbai.
The former Indian cricketer is accused of drunkenly attacking his wife Andrea Hewitt with a frying pan in their flat on Friday, injuring her head.
The report said that Vinod Kamble attacked his wife in the presence of their 12-year-old son. According to the Mumbai Police, Andrea Hewitt sought medical help from Bhabha Hospital before lodging the complaint with the police.
In the case filed with the police, Andrea Hewitt says, “Despite the explanation, he (Vinod Kambli) misbehaved with me and my son.” They rolled towards us. After being tortured by the frying pan squad, they brought a cricket bat towards us.
Andrea Hewitt further told police that after the violence, she was able to leave the house with her son and rushed to the hospital to seek medical attention. A case has been registered against Vinod Kamble under sections 324 and 504 of the Indian Penal Code.
Vinod Kamble was part of the Indian team from 1991 to 2000. He scored 2 thousand 477 runs in 104 ODI matches and 1 thousand 84 runs in 17 Test matches for India.
Kambli played his first ODI in October 1991 against Pakistan in Sharjah.