MUMBAI POLICE on Tuesday evening registered one other FIR within the porn racket case wherein businessman Raj Kundra is allegedly concerned in. Now the whole variety of FIRs within the case stands at 4.
While two of those FIRs are being investigated by the property cell of the Mumbai crime department, the remaining two are being probed by Malwani and Lonavla police respectively.
In this case, a 21-year-old woman has alleged that the accused had forced her to perform “bold scenes” by promising her cash and utilizing threats. An officer mentioned the sufferer, who hails from Madhya Pradesh, mentioned she had been forced to characteristic on three platforms – Hotshots, Gupchup and Neuflicks.
The police have registered an FIR in opposition to Ajay Srimant, Abhijeet Harishchandra, Gehna Vasisth and Prince Kashyap amongst others, named by the complainant as those that had forced her to work in porn movies.
Sources mentioned since Kundra ran Hotshots, he too can be probed within the case together with the house owners of the opposite two apps the place obscene movies that includes the complainant have been posted.
The complainant mentioned she had been forced to act in porn clips at three bungalows between February 2020 and March 2020.
“Two of those bungalows are at Madh Island, whereas the opposite is at Lonavala. Hence, the FIR was registered on the Malwani police station beneath which Madh Island is situated,” an officer mentioned.
The sufferer mentioned she had been promised that the movies wouldn’t be uploaded on any app. However, later she discovered that the three apps contained the clips.
An officer mentioned another girls too have spoken to the media in reference to the case however haven’t but approached the police to lodge a proper grievance. The police have made requests by numerous platforms, asking these, forced to characteristic in porn movies, to register complaints.
So far, the Mumbai Police have arrested 11 individuals, together with Kundra, within the case and filed a chargesheet in opposition to 9 in April. Kundra is in judicial custody.