"Once that is decided we would formalise it. But I do condemn encroachment in our private life, he posted."
New Delhi, May 1 - A day after her intimate photographs with Congress leader Digvijaya Singh appeared on a social networking site, TV anchor Amrita Rai Thursday lodged a police complaint, saying her email and social network accounts were hacked.

She - complained that her accounts on Gmail, Facebook and Twitter were hacked. The crime branch has registered a case under the IT Act, a Delhi Police crime branch official said.

Twitter Wednesday was abuzz with news of the revelation of the affair between 67-year-old Digvijaya Singh, a former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, and Rai, a Rajya Sabha TV anchor.

Both accepted they were in a relationship and will marry soon.

Digvijaya Singh posted two tweets, acknowledging the relationship with Rai.

I have no hesitation in accepting my relationship with Amrita Rai. She and her husband have already filed a mutual consent divorce case.

Once that is decided we would formalise it. But I do condemn encroachment in our private life, he posted.

Rai separately tweeted: I have separated from my husband and we have filed a mutual consent divorce papers. After which I have decided to marry with Digvijaya Singh.


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