A woman who posed as a man and seduced women via Facebook has been arrested in India for allegedly abusing her second wife.
In a rather unusual case, the Uttarakhand police have arrested a woman for posing as a man and marrying to other women.
Sen married her first wife in 2014 after posing as a successful businessman.
Krishna Sen was arrested on Wednesday in the northern state of Uttarakhand for demanding dowry, which is illegal in India. "During questioning, Sen said she was a woman", police officer B. L. Vishwakarma said.
At the beginning of 2016, Sen left his first wife only to marry a 20-year-old woman.
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Sen reportedly told police she aspired to live a "man's live". According to the officials, the woman was married twice and was arrested after torturing her latest bride into giving up her money.
After the second victim realised that Sen was not a man, Sen tried to hush her up by offering a certain amount from her profits.
Police are also investigating whether Sen has tricked other women. The profile also consisted of her photographs in which she looks like a man.
Sweety took dowry of Rs. 8.5 lakh from Kamini's family and later started beating her for more dowry, Kamini said.
The Indian woman managed to maintain her illusion by cutting her hair short and wearing men's attire.
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Krishna then went on to marry another girl from Kaladhungi.
Another victim Nisha said, "We were married for two years, I found the truth about her later".
Police said they were now unsure whether Ms Sen could be charged with dowry abuse or domestic violence, saying that because she was not really a man, the marriages were not legal.
However, the Hindustan Times reported that Sen faces charges of impersonation, fraud, and forgery. However, the perceived marital bliss ended when Sen began assaulting the woman for her dowry, police allege. "It got confirmed after medical examination that she was a woman and not a man". "I don't want to live with her now", Nisha told ANI.
But her former in-laws lodged a police complaint accusing her of harassing their daughter for a dowry.
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Police said they are on the lookout for Sen's family, who were present during both the weddings and allegedly visited the homes of the two duped women.