TORONTO – After all criminal accusations and charges against Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin (legal name Syed Ahmed Amir Khan) were dropped by an Ontario judge on November 15th, 2017 at 10:00 AM in an Ontario Court of Justice, Brampton, ON, Amiruddin filed a litigation lawsuit this morning in an Ontario Superior Court of Justice against his accusers.
In an explosive revelation, according to inside sources for a court filed litigation document, one of the women who accused Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin (legal name Syed Ahmed Amir Khan) of sexually assaulting her over a period of eight years was paid $46,000.00 CDN days before she filed a complaint with the Peel Regional Police against him. His second female accuser, who was very close to both Amiruddin and the first accuser, allegedly stole $10,000.00 CDN from Amiruddin weeks before accusing him of sexual assault.
The plaintiff Amiruddin is seeking an Order in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for damages against his accusers in the amount of nearly $300,000.00 CDN, approximately ₹1,50,00,000 (Rs.1.5 crore).
Further details of the lawsuit claims the accusers,”conspired to take all the net proceeds from the sale of a home and to leave the accused penniless. The conspiracy extended to taking all the money then filing false and malicious criminal complaints against the accused.”
An honorable judge stayed all criminal charges against Amiruddin and cancelled the trial because a serious breach of his s. 11(b) Charter Rights back in November 2017.
The full text of the ruling was still not made available to present date by the judge who collapsed the charges because of unconstitutional delay.
Amiruddin was previously very close to both his accusers who were in close friendly contact with him weeks before they suddenly turned against him. One of his accusers, who claimed he was sexually assaulting her over a period of eight years, took time off of work, paid for her own flight, and flew to Hyderabad in March of 2016, three months before making the police complaint against him, and visited Amiruddin at his home where she stayed for 2 weeks with his family and children.
He has maintained his innocence of any criminal wrongdoing and categorically denied all allegations against him by them of criminal behavior as false. He is now seeking damages against his accusers in the amount of nearly $300,000.00 CDN, approximately ₹1,50,00,000 (Rs.1.5 crore).