Last Updated on November 23, 2023, 1:34 pm
In a heartbreaking incident, Malti Devi Chauhan, a popular Bhojpuri YouTuber, was discovered dead under mysterious circumstances at her in-laws’ home in Sant Kabir Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. The 30-year-old’s body was found hanging on Thursday morning, leaving the community in shock.
Malti Chauhan gained fame on YouTube for her “desi”-style films, often collaborating with her husband, Vishnu Chauhan. However, their relationship took a dark turn over the past few months, leading to public disputes on their respective YouTube channels.
The couple, married for four years and parents to a 3-year-old son, had been facing difficulties in their relationship. Recent videos uploaded by both Malti and Vishnu showcased their disagreements and criticisms against each other. The tension escalated, and on the fateful night, Malti was allegedly brought to her in-laws’ house by Vishnu.
Deepchand, Malti’s father, has filed a murder case against Vishnu, accusing him of the heinous crime. Vishnu, currently in custody, is undergoing questioning as authorities explore all possible angles surrounding Malti’s death. The circumstances remain unclear, and an official statement emphasized that the investigation is ongoing, with the deceased’s body sent for autopsy.
The couple’s turbulent relationship had been a topic of discussion on social media, with followers witnessing the public airing of their personal issues. Vishnu claimed to have arranged Arjun’s marriage for Malti but revealed they were no longer living together. Malti, in a video uploaded hours before her death, shared insights into her ongoing arguments with Vishnu and recounted her recent visit to her in-laws’ house.
The tragic incident has raised questions about the pressures faced by social media influencers and the need to address mental health concerns within the community. Authorities are diligently working to uncover the truth behind Malti Chauhan’s untimely demise.
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