In the pornography case, the Cybercrime Division of Mumbai Police has filed a 450-page charge sheet against Shilpa Shetty's husband and businessman Raj Kundra. He is allegedly accused of making pornographic material for money. According to reports, it has been claimed in the charge sheet that Raj Kundra made pornographic films in five-star hotels which were distributed on OTT platforms at that time. Now a statement has been issued by Raj Kundra's lawyer Prashant Patil regarding this matter.
Raj Kundra has nothing to do with the crime
According to ANI report, Prashant Patil says, “We have come to know from media reports that Mumbai Cybercrime has filed a charge sheet in this matter before the court. We will appear before the court to follow the due process of law and collect a copy of the charge sheet. However, from whatever allegations we can understand from the FIR and media reports, it can be concluded that my client has nothing to do with the said crime. There is no prima facie case made out against him.”
Cyber â€‹â€‹police had registered a case in 2019
Let us tell you that in 2019, the cyber police had registered a case claiming that Raj Kundra, director of Armsprime Media Limited, was engaged in making and distributing obscene videos on some websites. After this, late night of July 19, 2021, the Mumbai Police arrested Raj Kundra along with 10 others for allegedly making obscene films. At that time, this matter had gathered a lot of headlines.
Got bail in September last year
Raj Kundra was booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, the Information Technology Act and the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act. He was sent to judicial custody till 23 July 2021. Raj Kundra was granted bail by a magistrate's court in September and came out of Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail on a bond of Rs 50,000.
Raj Kundra is not happy with the media trial
Earlier this month, Raj Kundra shared a series of tweets saying he was "hurt by the media trial". He was replying to a user who asked him why he still comes out with his face covered with a mask. He said, "I didn't wear it for public, just didn't want media to click my face! I am hurt by the media trial they gave me! Media is not above the law."