Sherlyn Chopra's response comes after Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra's lawyers filed a defamation suit against Chopra of Rs. 50 Crore.
Actress Shilpa Shetty and her husband businessman Raj Kundra have filed a defamation suit against actress Sherlyn Chopra. It’s for Rs 50 crore.
Actress Sherlyn Chopra has responded to allegations made by actress Gehana Vasisth claiming that Chopra earned a lot of money because of actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra..
Actress Gehana Vasisth slammed actress Sherlyn Chopra for using actress Shilpa Shetty's name and popularity for personal gain. She remarked that Chopra has made a lot of money because of Raj Kundra, Shetty’s husband, and should be grateful to him.
Shilpa Shetty has informed that Mumbai Police that she remained too tied up in her work to know the porn apps or other activities of her husband Raj Kundra.
She recalled feeling hopeful and enthusiastic about her first shoot for her app, which was organised by the Armsprime Media, which is allegedly founded by Raj Kundra
Actor Sherlyn Chopra thought Raj Kundra was her 'mentor', claims to have been misguided by him into shooting porn videos and says his wife, actor Shilpa Shetty, approved those videos as well.
Actor Sherlyn Chopra, who had recently accused Raj Kundra of sexual assault, has been summoned by the property cell of the Mumbai Crime Branch for questioning in the ongoing porn scandal.
Model-actor Sherlyn Chopra has revealed that Raj Kundra kept kissing her and also said that his relationship with wife, actor Shilpa Shetty was complicated.
The 37-year-old actor has claimed that she is a victim of piracy and that the videos were uploaded without her permission.
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