Jacqueline Fernandez Withdraws Plea Against Sukesh Chandrashekhar Amidst Harassment Allegations

Ever since Jacqueline Fernandez became entangled in the Rs 200 crore money laundering case, she has been in the spotlight. The actress recently filed a formal complaint with Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora against Sukesh Chandrashekhar, accusing him of persistent harassment and threats.

Legal Move: Restraining Order Withdrawn

Recent reports indicate that Jacqueline Fernandez has withdrawn her plea in a Delhi court seeking a restraint order against Sukesh Chandrashekhar’s letters. The actress had initially sought to prevent Chandrashekhar from issuing any letters related to her to the media.

Jacqueline’s Application Withdrawn

"Read about Jacqueline Fernandez's recent decision to withdraw her legal plea against Sukesh Chandrashekhar, amidst claims of harassment. Explore the actress's concerns and her focus on the upcoming Bollywood project, 'Welcome to the Jungle.'"

As per reports from Times Of India, Additional Sessions Judge Chander Jit Singh disposed of Jacqueline’s application as withdrawn, stating that nothing survives in the application. Earlier reports had suggested that Chandrashekhar’s letters to the media contained unwarranted statements that outraged Jacqueline’s modesty.

Jacqueline’s Claims

Jacqueline Fernandez, in her withdrawn application, asserted that Sukesh Chandrashekhar’s letters were an attempt to intimidate and threaten her. She claimed that Chandrashekhar sought to prevent her from revealing the truth in her capacity as a prosecution witness.

Harassment Allegations

The actress had recently penned a letter to Delhi Police Chief Sanjay Arora, expressing concerns about the lack of witness protection. In the letter, she detailed facing psychological pressure and targeted intimidation as a prosecution witness in the ongoing case.

Work Front

On her professional front, Jacqueline Fernandez, known for her roles in films like “Attack,” “Ram Setu,” “Cirkus,” and “Bachchhan Paandey,” is currently preparing for her upcoming project titled “Welcome to the Jungle.” The movie, scheduled for release on December 20, features an ensemble cast and promises an exciting cinematic experience.

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