The actress alleges that Abhinav also used to commit domestic violence with her, due to which she decided to leave him and end their marriage.
New Delhi: Famous TV actress Shweta Tiwari is often in the news due to her personal life. Shweta married Raja Chaudhary at the age of 19, but both got divorced in 2007. Shweta had accused Raja of domestic violence after which the two got separated. After this, Shweta married actor Abhinav Kohli in the year 2013, but unfortunately, this marriage too did not last long and Shweta divorced Abhinav. The actress alleges that Abhinav also used to commit domestic violence with her, due to which she decided to leave him and end their marriage.
Shweta has two children Palak Tiwari and Reyansh. Palak is the daughter of Shweta and Raja Chaudhary, while Reyansh is her son from Abhinav. Recently, the actress has again shared bitter memories of her personal life with her fans. The actress has told how her daughter has seen her getting beaten, tortured, but even after seeing all this, Palak and Reyansh are happy and do not reveal their problems to anyone. Even now, the society people come and ask her younger one, the 4-year-old whether their father comes to visit them, he simply smiles and ignores it.
The actress said, "Palak has seen him beating me, she was only 6 years old when all this was happening to me. Palak has seen the entire trauma from her eyes when the police used to come to our house or her mother used to go to the police station. My son is only 4 years old now and he knows about the police and the judges, but it is not just because of me. I don't know how to save Palak and Riyansh from all these things. To stay with my children and to protect them from all these things, I have only one way and that is the court and police'. The actress says that her children who are seeing all this is only because of her because she chose the wrong man, it was her fault and not her children's, her kids are a fighter and always keep a smile on their faces. They have always done and will always do support their mommy.