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Shilpa Shetty, mother Sunanda booked for ‘fraud’ in wellness business; company claims they parted ways long ago – Eagles Vine

Actress Shilpa Shetty is already the eye of the storm currently owing to the arrest of her husband Raj Kundra in a pornography-related case. Now, she, along with her mother, was recently booked by Lucknow police in an alleged fraud case.

According to a report in a news portal, a team of Lucknow Police is expected to be in Mumbai to question the actress and her mother in the alleged fraud case in the name of a wellness centre.

Two FIRs have been registered at Hazratganj and Vibhuti Khand police stations in Lucknow and the police have now intensified the investigation in both the cases.

The report also added that according to the police, Shilpa runs a fitness chain. The chairman of this company is Shilpa Shetty, while her mother Sunanda is the director. It is alleged that Shilpa and her mother took crores of rupees from two people in the name of opening a branch of the wellness centre, but the promise was never fulfilled.

However, the company’s chairperson took to her Instagram handle to lend clarification in the ongoing case.

According to them, Shilpa and her mother have nothing to do with it. In fact, they have also mentioned that they parted ways with them a long time ago.

Check out the post here:

shilpa shetty's mother

In the post, she wrote, ‘lam addressing this post as a responsible person, being the Chairperson of IOSIS Spa & Wellness Private Limited and therefore request people to please verify and confirm facts before posting and sharing it on social media or on such other platforms. ‘Ms. Shilpa Shetty and her mother Ms. Sunanda Shetty has no connection with IOSIS. We parted ways amicably long ago.”

Elaborating further, she added, “Hence, please stop spreading rumours and aspersions. I’m a single parent and a hardworking professional. IOSIS is my baby and a brand | have built over the years. I am more than happy to verify facts with the concerned authorities. Till then | humbly request you to remove these posts as the matter is subjudice in the Hon’ble High Court of Bombay where we have Orders in our favour. Such negligence in reporting defamatory content is causing me and my brand name irreparable damage for which | have taken utmost efforts and pains to create goodwill and reputation.”

According to DCP (East) Sanjeev Suman, they will question the actress and her mother. He also added that the matter was high-profile and hence the police were closely investigating all the points.

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