Three Indian bodyguards of American talk show queen Oprah Winfrey, who is on her maiden trip to India, were arrested following their scuffle with journalists in holy town Vrindavan on Thursday. The police sources say that they were later released after they wrote a letter of apology to the media.
Oprah Winfrey reached Vrindavan with two American security men and a dozen bodyguards from India. Three Indian guards allegedly broke some video cameras when the media personnel tried to cover her visit to the town. The irked media men filed a complaint against them at the local police station. The police arrested and released them after they wrote a letter of apology to the media.
However, Oprah Winfrey is in India in connection with a shoot for her new show Next Chapter. The talk show queen filmed a documentary on widows and also took part in a 'bhajan' at the ashram situated in Patthar Pura earlier in the morning on 19th January. The scuffle between her bodyguards with journalists took place later, but there is no report of any injury in the incident, police said.