Swami Nithyananda in Video Sex Scandal with Two Actresses
Paramahamsa Nithyananda and Two Actresses in Video Sex Scandal
Paramahamsa Nithyananda (Swami Nithyananda), a 'self-styled godman', is involved in a sex scandal today after video footage of him with two actresses aired on a local news channel SUN TV and as a result an angry mob of people destroyed his ashram complex at Bidadi in Karnataka. Some Photos from the Video and the Damage to his ashram.
Swami Nithyananda was not present at the time the mob arrived, but the crowd smashed his property and pictures and extra police had to be deployed to protect the people staying in the ashram, which includes over 100 foreigners.
"We have deployed two platoons of the state reserve police numbering about 100 men to guard the Nityananda Mission and protect the devotees, as the people from the town wanted to lay a siege," Ramanagara district police superintendent S.B. Bhisanhalli told IANS.
Swami Nithyananda Video Footage Shows Fondling and Sex Acts
The two women in the video have their faces blured out, but viewers could see that the man was Paramahamsa Nithyananda, or someone made to look like him, and the video shows some fondling between the parties involved and what is described as 'compromising positions.'
"The video footage shown by news channels was not shot here. It must have been taken in Tamil Nadu or elsewhere. Our priority is to first maintain law and order and prevent the situation going out of control," Bhisanhalli said.
Swami Nithyananda Now Missing
Paramahamsa Nithyananda is now missing after the video footage aired, but the ashram has stated that the video was fabricated and the footage is false.
"He is missing," said Devaraj, Deputy Superintendent of Police of Ramanagaram district, under whose limits the ashram is located at Bidadi near Bangalore.
Nityananda's spokesman said that the video was made to destroy Nityananda's reputation and 'non-believers' were jealous of the guru's success.