Sunny Leone reaches Kerala High Court with anticipatory bail application, know what is the matter

Kochi : Bollywood actress Sunny Leone on Tuesday approached the Kerala High Court seeking anticipatory bail in a fraud complaint filed by a program management company.

The company has alleged in its complaint that she did not come here for her ‘Valentine’s Day’ program in 2019 after accepting payment of around Rs 29 lakh. The petition is likely to come up for hearing on Wednesday.

The petitioners – Leoni aka Karanjit Kaur Vohra, Leonie’s husband Daniel Weber and another person – have said in the application that they are innocent and ready to cooperate in the investigation and no criminal case is made against them. The petitioners have also said that “if they are arrested and taken into remand, they will suffer irreparable damage”.

Leoni was interrogated by officials of the Kochi Crime Branch in Thiruvananthapuram on February 3. Leoni said that he only came to know that an FIR has been registered against him under sections 406 and 420 of IPC and other sections.

The petitioners said that they have fully cooperated with the authorities and made them aware of the facts and circumstances. The petitioners said that they have also handed over the documents which transacted between them and the complainant. It has also been said that the complainant, Shiaz, has demanded Rs 2 crore as compensation from him.

While the event organizers said that Leonie did not come for her event, Leonie said that she came twice but the event did not take place.

Although the program had to be postponed several times, the event was finally scheduled to be held at the Adlux International Convention Center in Angamaly near Kochi.

Leoni, who has worked in the film ‘Ragini MMS 2’, allegedly said that the event was rescheduled several times by the event organizers and the remaining amount of Rs 12 lakh is still remaining.


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