Shilpa Shetty hasn’t been given clean chit yet: Mumbai Crime Branch regarding Raj Kundra ongoing case

Shilpa Shetty's husband, businessman Raj Kundra's plea for bail was adjourned by the Bombay High Court. He was arrested by the Mumbai Crime Branch for his involvement in allegedly producing and publishing pornographic movies through mobile apps. Now the officers doing the process of Investigation are probing his wife and actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra's involvement in the same case.

News Agency ANI Tweeted confirming the news about probing actress Shilpa Shetty. The twitter post, posted by ANI reads," Shilpa Shetty hasn't been given a clean chit yet. All possibilities/angles are appointed and they are looking into the transactions of all accounts in this case."

The Bombay High Court has given next hearing date for Raj Kundra's bail plea. Raj Kundra's police custody under the officials of Mumbai Police has ended today and just because of the end of custody he appeared before the magistrate court, after all the hearing the court decided to adjourn his bail plea and gave him another date of hearing on July 29. However Raj Kundra was sent to the police custody for 14 days.

If records are to be believed than two bank accounts of Raj Kundra has been seized and frozen. Shilpa Shetty have denied for her involvement in the pornographic case and have recorded her statement saying, Raj Kundra produced bold and erotic movies not porn.

by Sneha Singh | Tue, Jul 27 - 08:14 PM

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