Jacqueline Fernandez stopped from flying abroad as ED issues look-out notice

Mumbai: Based on a look-out circular issued by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), actress Jacqueline Fernandez was stopped at the Mumbai Airport by immigration officials.

In connection with a Rs 200-crore extortion case involving conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar, the ED issued the lookout notice against actor Jacqueline Fernandez.

Sources said the look-out circular was issued with directions that Jacqueline should not be permitted to leave India. She was supposed to fly to Muscat today.

The authorities stopped Jacqueline when she arrived at Mumbai airport but later, she was freed.

The Enforcement Directorate had on Saturday filed a chargesheet under PMLA act naming few Bollywood actress as a witnesses including Jacqueline. The court had taken cognisance of the charge sheet soon after it was filed and had asked the agency to supply the charge sheet copy to all the accused.

It is possible that Jacqueline might be called to join the investigation again.

The next date in the charge sheet matter is December 13. The ED officials were tight lipped over the matter.

Earlier, the ED summoned Jacqueline Fernandez and another actress Nora Fatehi in twice connection with the alleged Rs 200-crore extortion case.

The Delhi Police had filed an FIR in connection with an extortion racket allegedly perpetrated by scamsters Sukesh Chandrashekhar, Leena Maria-Paul and others, involving several bigwigs.

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