Jacqueline Fernandez Summoned By ED Again In Money Laundering Case Involving Sukesh Chandrashekhar

Jacqueline Fernandez Summoned By ED Again In Money Laundering Case Involving Sukesh Chandrashekhar

Jacqueline Fernandez has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) regarding a money laundering case with Sukesh Chandrashekhar. Despite denials of involvement, evidence suggests Fernandez might have used proceeds from Chandrashekhar’s crimes.

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-Nikhil Bhatia

Bollywood
actress
Jacqueline
Fernandez
has
been
summoned
the
Enforcement
Directorate
(ED)
once
again.
She
is
set
to
be
questioned
today,
Wednesday,
July
10,
regarding
a
money
laundering
case
involving
alleged
conman
Sukesh
Chandrashekhar.
This
isn’t
her
first
summons
from
the
ED.

Sukesh
Chandrashekhar,
currently
in
Delhi’s
Mandoli
jail
for
a
Rs
200
crore
extortion
case,
was
rumoured
to
have
had
a
relationship
with
Jacqueline.
Despite
her
repeated
denials
of
any
romantic
involvement,
she
remains
an
accused
in
the
case
and
has
faced
multiple
interrogations
by
the
ED.

Accusations
and
Allegations

In
February
this
year,
Jacqueline
accused
Sukesh
of
using
media
to
tarnish
her
image.
She
also
alleged
harassment
and
sought
legal
action
against
him
but
later
withdrew
her
plea.
The
ED
argued
before
the
Delhi
High
Court
that
Jacqueline
was
knowingly
involved
in
handling
and
using
proceeds
from
Sukesh’s
crimes.

The
ED’s
affidavit
claimed
that
Fernandez
concealed
facts
about
financial
dealings
with
Chandrasekhar
until
confronted
with
evidence.
“She
continues
to
hold
back
the
truth
even
till
date.
It
is
also
a
fact
that
Fernandez
wiped
out
the
entire
data
from
her
mobile
phone
after
the
arrest
of
Chandrasekhar,
thereby
tampering
with
the
evidence.
She
also
asked
her
colleagues
to
destroy
the
evidence,” stated
the
agency.

Evidence
and
Investigation

The
agency
further
asserted
that
Jacqueline
attempted
to
cover
up
her
actions
by
initially
portraying
herself
as
Sukesh’s
victim.
However,
during
investigations,
she
failed
to
provide
substantial
proof
of
being
victimised
by
him.
The
ED
maintained
that
evidence
clearly
showed
she
enjoyed
and
used
proceeds
of
crime
knowingly.

“Evidence
proves
beyond
doubt
that
she
had
been
enjoying,
using
and
is
in
possession
of
proceeds
of
crime.
Thus,
it
is
proved
that
Fernandez
was
knowingly
involved
in
the
possession
and
use
of
proceeds
of
crime
of
accused
Chandrasekhar,”
stated
the
ED.

Sukesh
often
writes
letters
to
Jacqueline
from
jail.
Despite
these
communications,
Jacqueline
has
consistently
denied
any
romantic
ties
with
him.
The
ongoing
investigation
continues
to
unravel
more
details
about
their
alleged
connections
and
financial
transactions.

Chirag
Sehgal
works
as
a
Sub-Editor
in
the
Entertainment
team
at
News18.com.
With
five
years
of
experience
in
the
media
industry,
he
largely
focuses
on
entertainment
news.

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