We witness to shocking posts that appeared on Aryan Vaid's facebook page on Wednesday, which he claims are not his.
Putting your emotions on display happens all the time on facebook. However, this was a bit too much even by those standards. At around 3am on Wednesday, a shocking post appeared on Aryan Vaid's facebook page which alleged his wife Alexandra Copley, with whom he has apparently had a rocky relationship over the years, is abusing him badly.
The post, read, "My wife Alexandra Copley keeps threatening to kill me in my sleep. And this is not in anger but in cold-blooded words and actions. If anything happens to me, please take this entry on my wall as legal proof that I did mention her threats. Even at this very moment, I see this maniacal look in her eyes. I am afraid to go to sleep... an honest confession. I am an abused husband, caught in an abusive relationship with a toxic woman."
The post read, "Wish men could complain too. And wish men were taken seriously when they complain. It does not make me a wuss. I am putting it out on a public forum. But how do I deal with this abuse. Can I go to the cops? They will laugh at me if I tell them she is threatening to kill me in cold blood. She has abused every family member/ friend of mine. Wish a man could ask for help, because if she does kill me or attack me whilst I am asleep, I can't think how I will fight that..."
No sooner was all this posted, four people even indicated they 'liked' it. However, a person by the name Ali promptly replied, "Have no time to read this crap. Get a life brother."
Livid with rage, Vaid shot back, "Strange, I am being asked to get a life by a guy who has time to comment on my facebook update seconds after I posted it. Don't need your crap and you are no brother of mine. You idiot. The only reason I put it up is there can be some proof. Anyway, don't read it, and even better, don't comment. You moron, I don't need advice from morons anyway."
By then, not just Ali but many other people had followed suit, posting condescending replies, mainly telling him to grow up and not put up such messages for the world to see.
An enraged Vaid wrote again, "Yes men, you need to stop saying grow up. What happens if she really breaks a flower pot over my head whilst I am sleeping or just slashes my throat. I knowthe situation and understand it far better. It's funny how men don't support men... Grow up really? What does that mean? Live and sleep peacefully next to someone who is saying they will kill you tonight."
During all this back and forth, one of Vaid's fans named Rajat Babbar wrote, "Mr Aryan, I think this is not a very serious issue to be revealed in public. There are times when husbands and wives fight but I am sure you have a decent wife. Try to ask her if she is sad or undergoing any kind of hormonal changes due to which she is getting angry. We all love you as an actor and are always there to support you - your fan club member."
Before we could really get a sense of what was going on, all of a sudden, at around 3.30am, the posts had all but vanished from the page.
When contacted the next day about all the high drama we'd been witness to, Vaid clarified his stand saying, "Please leave me alone. My account has been hacked. I don't want this story to be published."
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