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Sonakshi Sinha gets embroiled in legal trouble over an event; she hits back at the organiser

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While Sonakshi Sinha was in the news for her upcoming film ‘Khaandaani Shafakhana’, the Bollywood beauty is now creating headlines for all the wrong reasons. Sonakshi, who had been accused of cheating by an event organizer in February, is again in legal trouble. On Thursday, Mumbai police visited the actress’ house to conduct an inquiry about the alleged cheating case lodged by the event organizer in Uttar Pradesh. Now, the actress has taken a stand and slammed the organizer in a tweet.

Sonakshi Sinha took to her Twitter handle and shared a cryptic post, slamming the organizer who dragged the actress in legal trouble. Clearing the air, Sonakshi tweeted and shared what exactly happened and requested the media not to pay heed to such unwarranted claims. Check out her tweet right here.

As per the latest reports, the Moradabad Police has approached Mumbai Police on the same matter. And a team of Mumbai Police visited Sonakshi Sinha’s Juhu residence to conduct an inquiry on Thursday, but the actress was not found at her residence. However, the police will again visit Sona’s house on Friday (July 12) to record a statement from the actress.

Allegedly, Sonakshi Sinha had accepted a whopping amount of Rs. 24 Lakhs to perform at an event in Delhi in September last year, which is said to be organized by Pramod Sharma. Sonakshi didn’t attend the event after which the organizers filed a complaint of cheating against the actress.

On the work front, Sonakshi Sinha was last seen in Karan Johar‘s period drama ‘Kalank’ which couldn’t pull out any magic at the box-office. The actress is currently gearing up for the release of some interesting projects such as ‘Khaandaani Shafakhana’ which also stars Varun Sharma. She also has ‘Mission Mangal’ starring Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan in key roles and Salman Khan‘s film ‘Dabangg 3’.

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