Poonam Pandey has revealed that she misplaced her sense of smell after domestic violence by her ex-husband Sam Bombay. The model-actor, who has beforehand additionally spoken in regards to the abuse she suffered at the hands of her ex-husband, stated that the lack of sense of smell was additionally linked to the brain haemorrhage that she sustained in the course of the violence.

Poonam Pandey has just lately left actuality present Lock Upp, which could have its Grand Finale on May 7. On the captivity-based actuality present, Poonam had opened up in regards to the domestic violence, revealing that she had tried to kill herself on several occasions because of it.

In a dialogue with ETimes after leaving the present, Poonam stated, “I can’t smell issues, I ask individuals around me in regards to the smell. That’s how I smell issues. When the domestic violence occurred to me, I misplaced my sense of smell fully. With brain haemorrhage, it’s linked.” She added, “But actually, I’m mentally and bodily a lot stronger proper now.”

Poonam had filed a case of domestic violence in opposition to Sam simply weeks after marrying him in September 2020. She opened up in regards to the abuse on Lock Upp, revealing that he as soon beat her a lot that it induced her brain haemorrhage. She stated, “If I like my canine and sleep with them, he would say I like my canine greater than him. What type of assertion is that? Why ought I get f**** overwhelmed up for loving my canine? Is {that a} motive to get a brain haemorrhage? Because I’ve one.”

She added that her brain damage couldn’t even heal correctly as a result of Sam stored beating her on the identical spot once more and once more. She recalled, “I might apply make-up, gloss and snort in entrance of everybody, to cover it. I might act very cool in the entrance of everybody. I used to get hit on the identical spot once more and once more.”

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