Jacqueline Fernandez’s name has been all over the headlines after her name was tied to a $200 million money laundering scandal. The actress was said to be dating the key suspect in the case, conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar. We’ve now obtained a lea**ked photo of Jacqueline and Sukesh, which reveals a lot about their relationship. The putative couple can be seen in the snapshot having an intimate moment, which has attracted a lot of attention.
Sukesh was spotted kissing Jacqueline as the Bhoot Police actor flaunted the hickey on her next while taking this romantic snapshot. This intimate photo appeared just days after Sukesh said in an interview with ANI that he was dating Jacqueline and that their relationship had no bearing on the criminal case. Surprisingly, this isn’t the first time Jacqueline’s photo with Sukesh has appeared online. Previously, a photo of Jacqueline Fernandez kissing conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar on the cheek went popular on social media, hinting to their love affair.
According to media sources, conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar gave Jacqueline gifts worth crores, including a horse worth Rs 52 lakh and a Persian cat for Rs 9 lakh. The total worth of the presents is believed to be more than ten crores. Sukesh Chandrashekhar was also claimed to have used Tihar prison caller ID spoofing to reach Jacqueline. The actress has been questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the case, which is still being investigated.
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Jacqueline Fernandez REACTS when her photo with Sukesh gets viral.
“This nation and its people have always given me immense affection and respect,” Jacqueline posted on social media. This includes my media friends, from whom I have learned a great deal. I’m now going through a difficult time, but I’m confident that my friends and followers will support me. With this trust in mind, I’d want to ask my media friends not to disseminate photographs of nature that invade my private and personal space. You wouldn’t do this to your own family, and I’m sure you wouldn’t do it to me. I’m hoping that justice and common sense win out. “Thank you very much.”
Look at this post by Jacqueline Fernandez: