Advertisement
Wednesday, Sep 22, 2021
Outlook.com
Outlook.com

Sunny Leone Booked In Cheating Case, Quizzed By Kerala Police

The complainant said Rs 29 lakh was paid to Sunny Leone for the programme but she did not turn up.

Sunny Leone Booked In Cheating Case, Quizzed By Kerala Police
Actor Sunny Leone | Outlook Photo
Sunny Leone Booked In Cheating Case, Quizzed By Kerala Police
outlookindia.com
2021-02-08T11:05:14+05:30

Following a complaint made by an event management company that after accepting payment of around Rs 29 lakh, Actor Sunny Leone failed to attend a Valentine's Day event in Kochi, a police complaint against the actor has been filed accusing her of cheating. 

When she was near the Poovar resort, the actor was questioned on Saturday and her statement recorded by the Kochi crime branch unit. 

"A case of cheating under Section 420 of IPC has been registered against the actor based on a complaint and we are yet to verify facts," told police sources to PTI. 

Though the function had to be postponed several times, it was finally scheduled to be held at Adlux International Convention Center in Angamally near Kochi.

The'Ragini MMS 2' star reportedly stated that the programme had been rescheduled several times by the organisers and it was not due to her inconvenience and a balanced amount of Rs 12 lakh was still due to her.

With PTI Inputs 

Advertisement

Outlook Newsletters

Advertisement

Read More from Outlook

Covid Deaths: Centre Announces Rs 50,000 Compensation To Kin Of Those Killed By Virus

Covid Deaths: Centre Announces Rs 50,000 Compensation To Kin Of Those Killed By Virus

Ex-gratia assistance will be given to the kin of those who died of the virus due to involvement in COVID-19 relief operations.

Six J&K Employees Dismissed From Service For Having Alleged Terror Links

Six J&K Employees Dismissed From Service For Having Alleged Terror Links

With the latest terminations, the total number of government employees sacked in the last six months now stands at 25. Two police constables were among those dismissed.

Sunrisers Hyderabad Pacer T Natarajan Tests COVID-19 Positive

Sunrisers Hyderabad Pacer T Natarajan Tests COVID-19 Positive

The IPL, however, said that 'tonight's game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals will go ahead.'

India Ranks Third Among Most Polluted Asian Countries

India Ranks Third Among Most Polluted Asian Countries

India last revised its air pollution standards in 2009, which have been more relaxed in comparison to WHO's prescribed guidelines and other Asian countries.

Advertisement