Nora Fatehi: After filing a defamation complaint against Jacqueline Fernandez in connection with the Rs 200 crore extortion case, Nora Fatehi posted a mysterious message about her aims and upbringing. Both have been questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the extortion case involving conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar. Nora said on Instagram Stories that her parents did not raise her to take advantage of people.
Nora Fatehi wrote, “My parents didn’t raise me to take advantage of people, My intentions will always be pure. We ain’t the same.” Actress also added smile emoji with this story.
Nora Fatehi’s lawsuit designated Jacqueline as ‘accused 1’
Nora filed a defamation complaint against Jacqueline Fernandez on December 12 in connection with a 200 crore extortion case in which ‘conman’ Sukesh Chandrashekhar is the primary accused. Her complaint is against Jacqueline. She also complaint against few media outlets for allegedly ‘tarnishing her reputation’ and causing her to lose her job in the industry. However, Jacqueline’s lawyer has stated that his client has never spoken publicly about Nora Fatehi and hence the issue of defamation should not arise.
In a defamation action filed in a Delhi court on Monday, Nora stated, “It has begun to become clear that the aforementioned rivals, being unable to compete fairly with the Complainant in the industry, have begun to attempt and damage her name, which would cause her loss of position. In the suit, Jacqueline is designated as ‘accused 1’.
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Jacqueline’s lawyer spoke about the lawsuit
Advocate Prashant Patil told ETimes that Jacqueline had not made any comments against Nora or, for that matter, any other individual, in front of any electronic or print media. “She has purposefully avoided discussing the Enforcement Directorate procedures. Jacueline has always upheld the integrity of the law., and because the case is still pending. She has always avoided speaking in front of the press and social media. Having said that, we have yet to get an official copy of Nora’s lawsuit. We will reply legally if we obtain formal confirmation or an order from the Honourable Court.”
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