Ever since Raj Kundra was arrested in an alleged p*rngraphy racket case final week, a number of murky particulars are coming to the fore. Mumbai Crime Branch claims Shilpa Shetty‘s husband is the key conspirator in the 11 arrests made in the last few months. Now the latest report has made shocking revelations in Kundra’s case.
For the unversed, Kundra had allegedly lured a number of ladies into p*rnography on the pretext of providing them roles in internet collection. The movies had been revealed on Hotshots. The businessman even had one other app named Bollyfame as a backup if Hotshots received banned.
Now the newest report from Indian Express reveals that Raj Kundra is linked to at the very least 4 different p*rnographic apps that are actually being investigated. An investigating officer has revealed to the publication, “After Hotshots was removed from Apple and Google Play stores, we believe he set up a few other apps. We are now investigating it.”
Apart from Raj Kundra, his spouse, and actress Shilpa Shetty can be being investigated within the alleged p*rnography racket case. She has additionally recorded a press release whereby she categorically denied her involvement within the alleged case. The actress additionally claimed that she didn’t know the workings of the apps both the businesses. However, she stated that the content material was erotica and never p*rn.
Reportedly, Mumbai Crime Branch can be investigating Kundra and Shetty’s joint checking account as some suspicious worldwide transactions have come to the fore. Officials additionally performed raids at Kundra’s workplace and located a “concealed” cabinet in his workplace from the place a number of recordsdata had been recovered and have been despatched for auditing.
As per the Times of India, an official stated, “We have brought these files, which will be studied by the forensic auditing team. We are sending eight servers seized from Kundra’s office for forensic analysis as prima facie we have found pornographic data deleted after the police busted the racket in February.”