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Mumbai: Another FIR in porn apps case, Raj Kundra to be probed too

In this case, a 21-year-old girl has alleged that she was forced into doing "bold scenes" by the accused by promising money and also using threats.

By: Express News Service | Mumbai |
Updated: July 28, 2021 7:02:20 pm
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The Mumbai Police Tuesday night registered another FIR in connection with the porn racket case taking the total FIRs filed in the case to four.

In this case, a 21-year-old girl has alleged that she was forced into doing “bold scenes” by the accused by promising money and also using threats.

An officer said the victim, who hails from Madhya Pradesh, said that she was forced into exposing herself by the accused on three platforms that includes the Hotshots, Gupchup and Neuflicks.

The police have registered an FIR against Ajay Srimant, Abhijeet Harishchandra, Gehna Vasisth, Prince Kashyap among others. Sources said that since Kundra ran the hotshots app, he too will be probed in the case.

The complainant said that she was forced to act in these porn clips at three bungalows between February 2020 to March 2020. “Two of these bungalows were at Madh Island while one was at Lonavala. Hence the FIR was registered at Malwani police station,” an officer said.

The case has been taken over by the Property Cell of the Mumbai crime branch that has been investigating the porn racket case. The victim said that she was promised that the videos will not be uploaded on any app. However, she later found that the three apps contained these videos.

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