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Porn Films Case: Mumbai Police File Chargesheet Against Raj Kundra

The nearly 1,500-page charge-sheet against Kundra and his associate Ryan Thorpe was filed before a magistrate court.

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Raj Kundra-(Photo: @rajkundra9/Instagram)

Mumbai: The Mumbai Police on Wednesday (September 15) filed a supplementary charge-sheet in a pornographic content case naming jailed businessman Raj Kundra, who was arrested in the case in July.

The nearly 1,500-page charge-sheet against Kundra, 45, the husband of Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty, and his associate Ryan Thorpe was filed before a magistrate court here by the crime branch.

ALSO READ: We Don’t Deserve Media Trial: Shilpa Shetty on Raj Kundra’s Arrest In Porn Films Case

They have been booked under sections of the IPC related to sexual harassment and cheating, among others, as well provisions of the Information Technology Act and the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act.

The crime branch, had in April this year, filed the first charge-sheet in the case against nine persons.

Kundra and Thorpe were arrested by the Mumbai crime branch on July 19 and both are presently in jail under judicial custody.

ALSO READ: Shilpa Shetty Was In Tears, Shouted At Raj Kundra During Raid At Home In Pornography Case

The case against Kundra related to alleged creation of pornographic films and publishing them through some apps.

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