Goa-based Moksha Tattoo Studio officially files cybercrime complaint to battle accusations 

author_img Poona M Published :  07th August 2019 08:13 PM   |   Published :   |  07th August 2019 08:13 PM

Famed tattoo artiste, Mukesh Waghela, who is the proprietor of Moksha Tattoo Studio, has approached Goan authorities to officially file a defamation and cybercrime complaint. We’ve received a copy of the official complaint made by the senior inkman—who has been part of the tattoo industry for close to two decades and claims a client list featuring major celebrities.

The complaint addressed to the Ribandar’s Cyber Cell, clearly states that a Swedish national, Jamina Anneborg defamed him and affected his business with false accusations on a review website. According to the report, screenshots of said posts were shared on social media by Mukesh’s alleged competitors including Dunkan Viegas (of Inkfidel Tattoo),  Archana Nakhua Bhanushali (of Ace Tattoo), Veronica Singh (of veronicas_ink) and Rishabh Narang (of immortal tattoos).

 

Copy of the complaint filed with Goa's cybercell

The complaint also goes on to name several publications that carried one-sided news articles that were published despite being unverified.  Mukesh Waghela, who has appeared on the cover of UK-based Total Tattoo magazine, reportedly intends to battle this issue legally as it has caused him, his family, and his business irreparable damage.

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