The multi-crore extortion racket case is not giving any relief for Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez. Days after she was detained and let go from the Mumbai Airport, she received a summons from the economic intelligence agency Enforcement Directorate for one more time.
Going by the information shared by the news agency ANI, Kick actress Jacqueline Fernandez received a summons by the agency in which she was directed to be present in front of the investigation officers in the national capital Delhi on the 8th of this month.
The actress is expected to face questions on the alleged links she has with the common Sukesh in the cases. Earlier, she had recorded her statements in connection with the case two times and the next questioning session which will be held in a couple of days might mark her third statement.
The ED has been probing the multi-crore extortion case that has conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar as the main accused. The amount involved in the racket is around Rs 200 crore. Jacqueline is believed to have links with Sukesh as he reportedly gave her a variety of costly gifts that were worth around Rs 10 crores.
Jacqueline Fernandez has been under the scanner of the ED when the reports of links between the duo emerged. Though the actress denied the reports of dating or having links with Sukesh, the conman's lawyer reportedly said that they have links.
Making things worse for the actress, the personal pictures of Jacqueline Fernandez and Sukesh Chandrasekhar were out of social media. Contrary to her claims, the duo can be seen hugging each other in the mirror selfies. Judwaa 2 actress Jacqueline Fernandez is yet to respond to these pictures.
It is said that the Enforcement Directorate in its charge sheet in the case said that Jacqueline Fernandez received gifts to the tune of Rs 10 crore from conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar, which ranges from costly cats to horse to luxury cars.
Sukesh Chandrasekhar is facing allegations of extorting money worth Rs 200 crore from a businessman's wife. Posing himself as a big government officer, he duped the victim.