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Raj Kundra deletes his Instagram, Twitter accounts after bail in porn films case

By Priyanka Verma 
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Raj Kundra deletes his Instagram, Twitter accounts after bail in porn films case

Shilpa Shetty’s businessman husband Raj Kundra, who used to actively share hilarious videos on social media, has deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts. He was arrested in a pornography case in July and was released after spending almost two months in jail.

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Raj has not made any public appearances after getting released from jail. Recently, Shilpa was seen leaving for Alibaug with her kids, Viaan and Samisha, while her husband was not present with her. Now, Raj’s Twitter and Instagram accounts have disappeared. Have a look:

Mumbai Court granted bail to Raj in the pornography case on a surety of Rs 50,000. In his application, he claimed that he was being made a “scapegoat” and that there was no single evidence in the supplementary charge sheet of him being actively involved in the creation of alleged questionable content. In the bail, he claimed that there is not a single iota of evidence to date with the prosecution that would connect the app ‘Hotshots’ with an offence under the law.

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The bail plea also said that there is not a single allegation in the entire supplementary charge sheet against Kundra that he was actively involved in any of the video shootings. It further claimed that Kundra was falsely implicated in the case. He was not named in the FIR and he has been dragged by the police. The investigation clearly shows that Raj was not involved in any offence even in the remotest way in creating the alleged “questionable content”. Further, he is not even related to the process of uploading or broadcasting of the alleged questionable content, the bail plea added.

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