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25 February 2024

Kerala 'Ferrari dad' has chequered past

By Staff

Just days after Indian millionaire Mohammed Nisham was charged with murder for ramming his Hummer into his security guard because he was “too slow” to open the gate, more reports of his chequered past have emerged.

Two more cases have emerged against Mohammed Nisham, owner of King Group of companies, in Bengaluru, as reported in the newsminute website.

A case was filed by a Bengaluru resident in December 2014 when Mohammed Nisham, allegedly in an inebriated state, had sped off with the complainant’s car near a popular mall in the city. When he objected, Nisham tried to ram his Lamborghini into the man thrice.

According the news report, the complainant was unable to identify the culprit, and his identity was kept as ‘unknown’. Only recently was the man identified, and his name included as the complaint.

Another case of cheating has been filed by a woman at the Pulakeshi Nagar police station.

Even his wife, who was called in for questioning over the death of the security guard, alleged that she was a victim of domestic violence and had filed a case against her husband a few years ago. The issue was settled out of court.

The woman was questioned about her role in the incident of January 29 for nearly four hours.

It is reported that she didn’t have any role to play, and that she had reached the spot after her husband telephoned her.

She added that she entered his car without knowing that the security guard (Chandrabose) was inside it. It is only after the car reached the garage that she came to know about it.

Nisham was also in the news earlier for allowing his 9-year-old son to drive his Ferrari.

The video went viral in 2013, and landed him in legal trouble. Later, he made headlines when he allegedly locked up a female police officer inside his Rolls Royce, when he was asked to stop for a routine check.

Then, he was booked for drunk-driving and obstructing duty of an officer, reported Indian daily Hindustan Times.