Conman Sukesh Threatens to Reveal “Unseen” Evidence Against Jacqueline

New Delhi: Jailed conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar has reportedly threatened to reveal “unseen” evidence against Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez.

This was Sukesh’s reaction after Jacqueline approached a Delhi court seeking directions to restrain Sukesh from issuing any communication about her.

According to India Today, without naming Jacqueline, Sukesh has issued a fresh letter in which he says he would expose the person by releasing chats, screenshots, and recordings to prove his claim.

Sukesh claimed that he paid for the enhancement of the person’s social media account to compete and race against her very prominent colleague, according to the report.

Jacqueline on Wednesday moved Delhi’s Patiala House Court and sought directions to the superintendent of Mandoli prison and Delhi Police’s economic offences wing (EOW) to not allow Chandrasekhar to issue any further letters, statements or messages about her.

Jacqueline is a protected witness in the FIR being investigated by the EOW in connection with the Rs 200-crore money-laundering and extortion case linked to alleged Chandrashekhar.

“This relentless pursuit by Chandrashekhar, aimed at establishing contact with the applicant (Jacqueline), is nothing short of a blatant attempt at witness tampering, with the clear intention of mentally intimidating her to the extent that she is compelled to withhold the truth in the criminal trial,” the actor’s petition said.

“These letters, intentionally circulated and published widely in the print media, have caused significant financial losses to the applicant. This campaign is not only harassment and intimidation but is a direct violation of her rights as a prosecution witness,” the plea added.

The EOW also supported Jacqueline’s plea and said, “It has been observed that the accused Sukash Chandershekhar has also been in the habit of sending letters, concerning the present applicant, to media platforms, through various means, which is not only harassing/ threatening the present applicant directly but also affecting her social/ professional assignments.”

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