Actress Pori Moni recently vandalized All Community Club in Dhaka’s Gulshan area, according to the club’s president.
All Community Club President KM Alamgir Iqbal was speaking to the media on Wednesday evening.
“She [Pori Moni] came to the club late on June 7. At the time, Pori Moni smashed 15 glasses, nine ashtrays and some plates,” he said.
Stating that Pori Moni was accompanied by a man and a woman, Alamgir said the actress had entered the club on a member’s reference.
“The member in question was sent a show-cause letter and he has apologized for the incident. We do not want to take any legal action at this time as it may damage our club’s reputation. We have not filed a general diary (GD) [in this connection],” Alamgir added.
The club president continued: “The administrator and director of our club’s food and beverage department noticed the incident while exiting the club. They told Pori Moni that she was violating club rules and asked her and her companions to leave the club.
“The member who brought them also requested them to leave. But seeing that they were unwilling to comply with his request, he himself left the club premises.”
Then they suddenly became furious and started throwing glasses and ashtrays around, Alamgir said.
The film actress and her companions later left the club after police had been called, he added.
Sudip Kumar Chakraborty, deputy commissioner of the Gulshan division of DMP, said: “After receiving a call from 999, a team of Gulshan police went to All Community Club and found Pori Moni and her companions smashing some objects.”
“The police officials left the place after the two parties resolved the issue on their own,” he added.
“Police have recorded the matter. This is an internal GD … not a GD filed on the basis of a complaint. We will take legal action if the club authorities decide to lodge a complaint,” the deputy commissioner said.
Dhallywood actress Pori Moni has been under the spotlight since she made allegations of attempted rape and murder against a Dhaka businessman on Monday.
Businessman and former president of Uttara Club Ltd Nasir U Mahmood and five others have been named in the case filed with Savar police station by the thespian in this regard.