A woman accused of trespassing into her alleged paramour's house and threatening his wife to divor-ce her husband, has been discharged by a Delhi court for want of evidence against her.

Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) M. C. Gupta had discharged the accused, a Rohini resident, on her appeal against a 2010 magisterial court order, which had ordered her trial on charges of trespassing.

“In the present case there is nothing on record to lend any prima facie corroboration to this allegation against the accused/petitioner,” ASJ said, setting aside the magistrate's order.

In a complaint lodged with police, the woman, along with her male colleague working in a pharmaceutical firm, were accused of barging into her alleged paramour's house on November 13, 2006, while the man was accused of outraging the modesty of his colleague's paramour's wife. - PTI

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