Talking about it, Mallika says angrily, "I am fed up and really disgusted about it! I had many people impersonating me on Facebook and time and again, my husband Arbaaz and sister Amrita (Ladak) have complained to the FB authorities but nothing has been happened. It has been going on for a month now and things are becoming worse. There is someone on whose list are my common friends whom he has added as his contacts.
She adds, "He has been asking for semi-nude and bikini pictures from my actor friends or clothes from my designer friends. He's even been asking for pictures to send for Arbaaz's film as he's turned producer. It's become very embarrassing and I want to announce to everyone that it's not me on Facebook."
Malaika says that though she has an e-mail ID, she has never had any ID on any social networking website. "If I need to talk to my friends I call them or keep in touch through Skype or e-mail. I don't need to discuss intimate details of my personal life on any social networking website. I find them intrusive. The other day, Ana Singh called me and asked me why I wanted clothes from her; whether it was for Arbaaz's film? I was aghast! Why would I do that? Obviously, people are thinking it's genuine and that's why they are responding. Even children from my son Arhaan's school are messaging me asking why I want their pictures. My friends are calling and asking me why I should want to see their bikinis. I want to tell them it's not me but a fake. Please spare me this torture!"
Malaika has just returned after doing a special appearance in Sajid Khan's House Full. "It was a sweet little cameo which I did for my friend Sajid Khan. I can't say no to my friends." Currently, she's also busy styling Sonakshi Sinha for Arbaaz's first production Dabaang along with sister-in-law Alvira Agnihotri.
Malaika Arora Khan may not be the first celebrity to be targetted by a Facebook impersonator but she's definitely the first one where the impostor has been making bizarre, lewd requests to her friends.