Sukesh conman, sent gifts to Sara Ali Khan and others
Sukesh conman, sent gifts to Sara Ali Khan and others

Sukesh conman, sent gifts to Sara Ali Khan and others

Sukesh conman, sent gifts to Sara Ali Khan, Janhvi Kapoor, and Bhumi Pednekar .

Three more Bollywood actresses have been named in the extortion case of conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar, following Jacqueline Fernandez and Nora Fatehi. According to reports, the Enforcement Directorate's investigation has linked Sara Ali Khan, Janhvi Kapoor, and Bhumi Pednekar to the case. 

ED investigations have found that Sukesh Chandrashekhar allegedly used extorted money to send gifts to Sara, Janhvi, and Bhumi, according to sources.

Sukesh recently posted a handwritten statement in response to the actress Jacqueline Fernandez's intimate photos with him. He confirmed that they were in a romantic relationship with no financial obligations.

"It's quite sad and upsetting to see private photos being disseminated, which I learned about through the news." It is a full invasion of one's personal space and privacy. I was in a relationship with Jacqueline, as I had stated. Seeing each other and having a relationship was not predicated on any financial gain, as it has been projected, commented on, and trolled in a negative manner.

The relationship was marked by a great deal of love and respect for one another, with no expectations (sic)," according to the note. Further defending Jaqueline, he stated that she has no ties to the 200 million money laundering case in which he is involved. "Kindly requesting everyone to stop presenting her in a negative light since it is not easy on her, who has merely loved without expecting anything," Sukesh wrote. He wrote, "As I have stated, she has no participation in the ongoing money laundering issue."

Sukesh also explained that the actress's pricey gifts and the money he presented to her family were all derived from 'legal revenues.' "I've given her gifts and done things for her family; these are typical things that a man would do for his partner in a relationship." It's a personal matter, and I'm not sure why it's being made such a huge deal. At the same time, I'd like to be absolutely confident that none of it was "criminal proceeds."

"It's all from genuine revenues, which will be proven in court very soon (sic)," the note stated. These pricey gifts, according to the enforcement directorate, include Gucci and Chanel designer bags, two Gucci gym clothes, a pair of Louis Vuitton shoes, two pairs of diamond earrings, and two Hermes bracelets. "Please offer her tonnes of love and support since she is not wrong in any manner, except loving without any expectations (sic)," Sukesh ended.

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