Kerala Crime Branch questions Sunny Leone for cheating programme coordinator of Rs 29 Lakh

Reportedly, Perumbavoor native Shiyas claims that the actress failed to participate in an event he coordinated despite having collected Rs 29 Lakh
Kerala Crime Branch questions Sunny Leone for cheating programme coordinator of Rs 29 Lakh
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Sunny Leone has had her fair share of controversies and today she has run into trouble waters with the Kerala Crime Branch. The police officials had called her in for questioning on a fraud case related to a programme in the state. Reportedly, Perumbavoor native Shiyas claims that the actress failed to participate in an event he coordinated despite having collected Rs 29 Lakh.

On the other hand, the actress dismissed the claims and said that the organisers postponed the event five times. She stressed that the lack of appearance was due to the lapses from the part of the programme committee. However, she expressed her willingness to attend the event once the programme organisers reschedule it.

However, while this would be her first legal trouble in Kerala, the Bollywood actress had her share of troubles before. In 2016, Big Boss 5 contestant and model Pooja Mishra had filed a criminal defamation case against Sunny Leone and sought a sum of Rs 100 Crore as compensation, claiming that Leone had repeatedly “defamed” her.

In her plea, Mishra claimed that Leone had given statements against her in newspapers and this damaged her “reputation in the public eye”. She further alleged that due to the public humiliation, she was forced to break her fixed deposits, withdraw her savings, as she suffered losses to the tune of Rs 70 Lakh because of losing out on work.

On January 22, Bollywood actress Sunny Leone had reached Kerala along with her husband Daniel Weber, and their three children reached Thiruvananthapuram airport for the shooting of the 13th season of MTV Splitsvilla, an Indian reality dating television show. This was her repeat visit to God’s Own Country as she had first arrived here in 2017.

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