Ameesha Patel Dragged To Court For An Alleged Rs 2.5 Crore Scam; Court Gives 2 Weeks To The Actress To File A Written Response In Cheque Bounce Case

Ameesha Patel is in legal trouble. She has been dragged to court by a businessman who alleged that she cheated him of Rs 2.5 crore

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Ameesha Patel Dragged To Court For An Alleged Rs 2.5 Crore Scam; Court Gives 2 Weeks To The Actress To File A Written Response In Cheque Bounce Case
Hrithik Roshan's Kahi Na Pyaar Hai co-star Ameesha Patel is in legal trouble. She has been dragged to court by a businessman named Ajay Kumar Singh. He is the proprietor of Lovely World Entertainment. Reportedly, the complainant has filed a case against Ameesha Patel for duping him of Rs 2.5 crore. As per the reports, Ameesha met Ajay Kumar Singh at an event in 2017 and got him to invest in her film made by her company Desi Magic. After he transferred Rs 2.5 crore to her account for the film, she refused to be a part of it. When he realised that the film is not being made, he asked the actress to return his money. However, Ameesha Patel failed to do so. She did not return his money and hence she has been dragges to the court, say the reports.  

The case has now gone to High Court. Jharkhand High Court by Judge Anand Sen reportedly heard the case by video conferencing and has given the actress two weeks time to file a written reply. Reportedly, after Ajay Kumar Singh asked Ameesha to return his money, she handed him a cheque which bounced. According to complainant, actress 'cheated' the litigant when asked to pay the money back.

Now, the court has given two weeks time to both the parties to file written clarification. Earlier, the case was being heard in a lower court but has now reached High Court. The actress is yet to make an official statement over the case. Watch this space for more updates.  




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