Vinod Kambli Booked For Assaulting Wife With Cooking Pan Under The Influence of Alcohol
FIR Registered Against Former Indian Cricketer Vinod Kambli For Assaulting Wife Under The Influence Of Alcohol

While he was fighting financial crisis till last year, this looks like an addition to his woes

As per reports, an FIR has been lodged against former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli allegedly for assaulting his wife. The report has been registered in the Bandra police station. His wife Andrea Hewitt lodged the compliant stating that it happened when he was under the influence of alcohol. She stated that he verbally abused her, thrashed her head using a frying pan. As of now the police hasn’t arrested him but the investigation is on.


The FIR has been lodged under the section 324 and 504 which are applied when a person voluntarily hurts an individual with a dangerous object. And the other section is for when an individual intentionally insults an individual to disturb the peace.

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In a report filed by PTI, it has been stated that the incident happened at their house in Bandra. Kambli threw the handle of a frying pan at Hewitt, who sustained a head injury because of that. She was then rushed to Bhabha Hospital to get the necessary treatment. In her statement, she recorded that Kambli was drinking at their residence which is the JWL Cooperative Housing Society, situated at Bandra Reclamation.


A police official in a statement to the media said, “The complainant has said that Kambli threw the broken handle of a cooking pan at her, causing injuries to her head. He also tried to hit her with a bat but she managed to wrest it out of his hands, after which she immediately took both her children and left the house.”

Hewitt is Kambli’s second wife. He was married to Neolla Lewis who was a receptionist at a hotel in Pune. After separating from her, he married Hewitt who is a former fashion model. Their son Jesus Christiano Kambli was born in 2010.

In August 2022, Kambli highlighted his financial woes, pointing out that he was only earning Rs 30,000 from BCCI as pension. His financial condition was not that great and he had been looking out for ways to look after his family. In an interview, he’d said, “I was seeking help from the MCA [Mumbai Cricket Association]. I came into the CIC [Cricket Improvement Committee], but it was an honorary job. I went to the MCA for some help. I have a family to look after. I told the MCA many times that if you require me, I am there whether it is at the Wankhede Stadium or at BKC. Mumbai cricket has given me a lot. I owe my life to this game.”

Image Credits: Vinod Kambli/Instagram

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