Mysore Lokesh's son, actor Aadi Lokesh, who has played villain in reel life in movies like Jogi and Anjadiru, has now become real-life villain. His darker side is coming to light after a stranger girl, who declined to reveal her identity in an interview with Kannada news channel TV9, alleged that he promised to marry her and tried to cheat her.
The 24-year-old girl, who is an employee in a private software company in Bangalore, visited TV9 office yesterday (November 30) and she claimed that she visiting channel in order to stop Aadi Lokesh's cyber sex with other innocent girls. It is said that he has also had alleged relationship many girls, who he hooked up through online chatting.
Aadi Lokesh has been chatting with many girls on Internet and promising to marry them and trying to get money and cheat them. “Aadi Lokesh was chatting with me. He told me that he loved me and he also promised to marry me."
The Poojari star had married item dancer Anusha even before divorcing his first wife. He had differences with her too. So he had turned her away from home. Meanwhile, he had hooked up to this girl and promised to marry her. But now, he has brought Anusha back to home and denied to marry her.
The stranger had recently filed a case against Aadi Lokesh at RT Nagar Police station claiming that he has taken golden ornaments worth Rs. 1.5 lakh. The police mediated them and got her gold returned to her. But now the girl is weeping over loss of her trust at her family. She said, “He has spoiled my life. For him, I cheated my father and mother and I didn"t heed their words. Now, he might have returned my gold but he has played with my life. Now, I've come here (TV9 office) to know the world about him. I want to stop him as not to spoil the life of other girls."
He had also planned to get Rs. 10 Lakh and cheat her. She said, “He said that in order to settle his divorce with his first wife, he needed Rs. 5 lakh and he wanted to pay his car loan EMI. And He had some other loan also. For that he needed a total of 10 lakh. So I had given him golden ornaments worth Rs. 1.5 lakh."