One condition when you come to America, obey our laws. A man and woman from India tried to bring their own laws with them when they flew to America to help their son beat his wife. Maybe it's legal in India, but once your in American borders that doesn't fly. 33-year-old Silky Gaind was found being held captive at her husbands home badly beaten and bruised all over.
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: Hillsborough County jail</span>
Deputies said the abuse had "been ongoing for an extended period of time." At 6:30 a.m. police were called to do a welfare check at 9601 Greenbank Drive where the woman, her husband, and their young boy live. The deputies repeatedly knocked on the door but no one answered. Finally Gaind was able to open the door enough to scream for help. The Sheriff's Office said Gaind "screamed for the deputy to save her and her child." The deputies tried to enter the home but Gaind's husband tried to close the door. He was arrested along with the man's father, Jasbir Kalsi, 67, and mother, Bhupinder Kalsi, 61. Gaind said the previous night her husband attacked her during an argument.
That's when her husbands parents stepped in and began beating her as well. Even her child was hit in the frenzy before being taken to another room. Eventually Gaind said Kalsi her husbands parents locked her in a room and denied access to a phone. The two parents were arrested and both Devbir and Jasbir Kalsi face charges of false imprisonment, child abuse and denying access to 911. They are being held in Hillsborough County jail without bond.
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