Naik, who was the editor for a Marathi magazine, Grihalakshmi, moved out of the home of couple Gregory and Christine Misquitta, who had brought her home after reading her plight in a local daily.
Naik, moved out along with her dog Shashi after things didn't work out between her and the Misquittas. She was back on the pavement in Versova outside the Aram Nagar gurdwara, where she told the shrine official that it was her own decision to move out.
She claimed that the Misquittas treated her and her dog well but there were differences and disagreements between her and the couple, and hence she decided to move out.
Gregory Misquitta, confirmed that Naik had indeed left the home but it was her own decision. He said that there were a number of issues that they faced, even though they had welcomed her with open arms. For instance Sunita was fond of mutton and wanted to have it regularly, which he could not afford it on a daily basis.
According to him, she started demanding food that she used to have in her hay days. Gregory also pointed out to one incident, when she fed her dog with some tablets following which the dog collapsed.
Her plight had shocked many because she used to own a bungalow and two flats, which she later had to sell.