Bombay High Court dismisses Remo D’Souza’s pre-arrest bail plea
The reports of Bollywood filmmaker and choreographer, Remo D’Souza landing in legal trouble were quite a buzz on social media. As a magistrate from Gaziabad had issued a non-bailable warrant against him because he failed to appear in the court over a cheating case. Now, Bombay High Court has dismissed his pre-arrest bail plea.
Considering the non-bailable warrant which was issued on Remo D’Souza by a court from Uttar Pradesh, Bombay High Court has now dismissed a pre-arrest bail plea of the choreographer. Remo is reported to have approached the High Court to seek interim relief from arrest warrant so that he can approach the UP court and seek cancellation of the warrant. Apparently, his petition was heard on Wednesday by a vacation bench of Justice K K Tated and the additional public prosecutor, Jayesh Yagnik stated court that the suburban Amboli police station in Mumbai had not yet received the warrant from the police station in Ghaziabad. And thus, it was stated that the action was not taken against him.
It all started when a UP based businessman, Satyendra Tyagi filed an FIR against Remo D’Souza claiming that the choreographer has cheated of Rs. 5 crores. She told the Gaziabad Police that the choreographer has promised him of doubling the money which he took as a loan for one of his films. And he failed to return back his money. However, Remo D’Souza who is currently gearing up for the release of his film ‘Street Dancer 3D’, has not spoken on this case.
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