FIR filed against Sunny Leone and Google CEO for spreading obscenity
This is the second complaint filed against the former adult actress
An FIR was registered against Bollywood’s Babydoll Sunny Leone, Google CEO and a Bollywood magazine in Ajmer for allegedly spreading obscenity, police said today. Arinjay Jain had subscribed to a Bollywood magazine through S K R Sharma. The entertainment journal contained obscene photographs of Leone, according to police officials at the Ajmer Kotawali police station.
Jain said he followed a website link given in the magazine and found more obscene contents and pictures of the actress on internet, following which he registered the FIR with police. Following this, a case has been registered under section 292 (sale of obscene book) of IPC, relevant sections of the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act and the IT act.
This is the second complaint filed against the Ek Paheli Leela actress in the last week. Earlier a woman from Dombivli complained that the Ragini MMS 2 actress is promoting obscenity and destroying Indian culture and society with her website. ”No immediate action will be taken in the case as first the Thane police’s cyber cell will look into who is handling the website and other legal matters,” said Joint Commissioner of police VV Laxminarayana, Thane. He further stated, “We have shifted the case from the local police to the cyber cell, who will investigate the matter.”