Even if you prefer not to be informed, the Elvish Yadav controversy has become so widespread that it’s hard to avoid hearing about it – or at least the awareness that something isn’t right. Elvish Yadav, a popular YouTuber and the winner of Bigg Boss OTT 2, is facing allegations of assaulting fellow YouTuber Sagar Thakur, also known as Maxtern.

However, that’s not the end of the story, as a lot has unfolded since then. Maxtern took to social media platforms like Twitter to share his version of events. In a video he posted, he mentioned, “I was threatened with physical harm. I was alone, but Elvish brought along a large group of people.”

In the police report filed afterward, Maxtern stated, “Elvish Yadav asked me to meet, but I assumed it would be a verbal discussion. However, when he arrived at the location with 8-10 intoxicated individuals, they began physically assaulting me and used abusive language.”

In response to the complaint, Elvish Yadav was charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Gurugram’s Sector-53 Police Station. Elvish later released a clarification video where he claimed that the incident was pre-planned by Sagar, who had hidden cameras and microphones.

“He had a microphone attached to his chest when he was hit in the video. It was a premeditated setup, and we were manipulated,” Elvish stated.

A video shared by a Reddit user showed Elvish’s supporters allegedly gathering near his residence. While there are multiple perspectives to this incident, it’s crucial to remember the ethical considerations that often get overlooked in such situations. Fans might sometimes overlook certain aspects due to emotional attachment, but nothing justifies such behavior.

After these events, Elvish Yadav posted a picture with Sagar Thakur with a caption: “Dishes make noise when they clash in a home. It’s good that it’s resolved.”

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