Well-known businessman and Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra, who is trapped in the adult video case, is in trouble. Every day new revelations are being made in this case. Let us tell that on July 27, the court has sent Raj to judicial custody for 14 days, while before this many models have made various serious allegations against Raj. Meanwhile, now the famous model Sherlyn Chopra has also made many big allegations against Raj Kundra.
Sherlyn Sherlyn Chopra has accused Raj Kundra of sexual abuse. Bollywood actress and model Sherlyn Chopra has reportedly appeared before the property cell of the Mumbai Crime Branch to record her statement in the adult film case.
In 2019, Raj Kundra gave this proposal to Sherlyn
According to a report, during this time she has lodged an FIR accusing Raj Kundra of sexual abuse. In his complaint, she said that in early 2019, Raj Kundra’s business manager called her about a proposal and he wanted to discuss the proposal.
After a heated argument, Raj went to Sherlyn’s house.
After which after a business meeting on March 27, 2019, Sherlyn Chopra claimed that due to a heated argument over a message, Raj Kundra came to her house without informing. Not only this, Sherlyn Chopra has claimed that after coming to Raj’s house, she tried to forcibly kiss even after refusing the actress. Sherlyn Chopra said in her complaint that she did not want to have a relationship with a married man. Along with this, Sharleen told in her complaint that Raj’s relationship with his wife Shilpa Shetty was not good and he used to be under stress at home most of the time.
She alleged that even after refusing when Raj was not stopping, she got very scared and went to the washroom after pushing Raj.
The case is registered against Raj Kundra under these sections
For information, let us tell you that Raj Kundra has been booked under section 376 r/w section 384, 415, 420, 504, and 506, 354 (a) (b) (d) 509 of the Indian Penal Code. was accused of. At the same time, it also includes sections 67, 67 (A) of the Information Technology Act 2008, sections 3 and 4 of the Indecent Representation of Women Act 1986.