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Bollywood: Jacqueline Fernandez named accused in money laundering case

The star’s name turned up in an auxiliary chargesheet submitted by the Enforcement Directorate

Indian star Jacqueline Fernandez’s name has actually shown up in the cash laundering situation versus conman Sukesh Chandrashekar, that is presently encountering fees of extortion amounting to over Dh92 million.

The star has actually been charged in a Delhi court extra chargesheet submitted by Enforcement Directorate (ED). Chandrashekar was previously jailed by Delhi Authorities for purportedly obtaining around Dh100 million from Aditi Singh as well as Shivendra Singh, participants if the previous marketers of pharmaceutical huge Ranbaxy, after which ED began its cash washing probe, an Indian media electrical outlet has actually reported.

In ED’s initial chargesheet, it was discussed just how the conman utilized the purportedly tricked cash. In the extra chargesheet, it declares that the star obtained presents worth over Dh2 million from Chandrashekar’s tricked cash. The record better includes that Jacqueline was purportedly knowledgeable about just how the presents were bought.

” Sukesh Chandrasekhar had actually provided numerous presents worth 5.71 crore to Jacqueline Fernandez from the profits of criminal offense produced by criminal tasks consisting of extortion. Chandrasekhar had actually placed Pinky Irani, his long period of time associate as well as co-accused in this situation to provide the stated presents to her,” the ED had actually after that stated in a declaration.

The ED has actually additionally affirmed that the presents to Jacqueline consisted of a steed well worth over Dh240,000 as well as a Persian feline worth around Dh41,000. In addition, Chandrashekar is affirmed to have actually provided substantial amounts of cash to Jacqueline’s member of the family.

The ED has actually jailed a total amount of 8 individuals in this situation. These consist of Chandrshekhar as well as his spouse Leena Maria Paul, based on the record.

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