Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) owner Sidhartha Mallya on Friday said the woman, who was allegedly molested by his Indian Premier League (IPL) team's player Luke Pomersbach, was acting in an 'idiotic' manner.
"If luke is in the wrong, then trust me he will face the necessary sanctions. But what this girl is doing is idiotic," Sidhartha tweeted.
"The girl who is accusing Luke is saying he hit her ´fiance´...what a load of fucking shit. She was all over me last night and asked for me bbm pin, so if he was her fiance she wasn´t exactly behaving like a future wife," he posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
"First SRK, now this...everyone loves a good scandal. Why can´t ppl just enjoy the cricket...has everyone forgotten chris´ 100 last night?" said Sidhartha.
RCB´s Australian recruit Luke Pomersbach was released on interim bail hours after being arrested Friday for allegedly molesting a woman from the US and allegedly beating up her boyfriend at Delhi five-star hotel.
After being arrested Pomersbach appeared in the Patiala House Court and was released on an interim bail till Saturday with a surety of Rs.20,000.
The Australian cricketer fainted after he was brought to the Patiala House court from the hospital.
Delhi police officials said the 27-year-old Pomersbach allegedly misbehaved with the the woman, a US citizen of Indian origin, at the Maurya Sheraton Hotel here during a party late Thursday night.
A case has been registered against the Australian under various sections of IPC including section 354 of IPC (outraging modesty of woman), 323 (hurt), 454 (lurking house trespass) and 511 (Punishment for attempting to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for life or other imprisonment).
The woman in her statement said that Pomersbach invited himself for some drinks with the couple and some common friends from Mumbai in their room.
After some time, the women left her friends to catch some sleep but the Australian followed her and misbehaved with her. When the women´s fiancee intervened, Pomersbach allegedly beat him up as well landing him in hospital.
The woman also claimed that there was tremendous pressure on her to withdraw the case.
Reacting to the episode, owner of RCB Vijay Mallya said Pomersbach will not be a part of the side till he was cleared from all the charges made against him.
"Royal Challengers Bangalore regrets the incident," Vijay told reporters.
"Royal Challengers Bangalore will offer full cooperation to the concerned authorities," he said.