Vanitha Vijayakumar, Peter Paul kick up new controversy: Reports of troubled marital life surface online

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Vanitha Vijayakumar and Peter Paul
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Vanitha Vijayakumar and Peter Paul hit headlines in June this year with their marriage. However, it now seems that all is not well with the recently married couple, going by a report by Indiaglitz.

Vanitha is a former Bigg Boss Tamil 3 contestant and Peter is a Visual Effects Director.

The report surfaced online after producer Ravindran Chandrasekaran shared a cryptic Facebook post. Ravindran Chandrasekaran wrote that wishes of people who opposed the illegal marriage have come true and finally PP has been beaten and chased out. “Yes…verified.. every body words come true. Veetil irundhu thurathi vida pattar PP!!!” (sic.)

According to the report, Vanitha and Peter Paul were involved in a heated argument after Peter Paul got drunk and misbehaved with Vanitha. She reportedly beat him up and threw him out of the house. Neither Vanitha nor Peter has confirmed the incident.

Vanitha Vijayakumar and Peter Paul got married on June 27 at a private ceremony. A day after the wedding, Peter Paul’s wife Elisabeth Helen lodged a police complaint claiming that he has not divorced her and hence his wedding with Vanitha was illegal. A few celebs from the industry including Lakshmi Ramakrishnan, Kasthuri and Ravindran Chandrasekharan had supported Helen.

This caused a war of words on social media. Vanitha and Lakshmi had sparred over the issue during an interview with an online portal.

Talking about the issues surrounding her marriage, Vanitha said in a video, "I know some people are misusing this situation to make money from the public and gain visibility in the media. It’s okay. I'm tired of all this cornering and harassment. We don't need to prove our love to anyone anymore."

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