A social activist from Mumbai has filed an FIR against the former adult star turned Bollywood actress – Sunny Leone for promoting obscenity and eventually harming Indian cultural society through her website. The investigation report is taken into consideration by Thane Police. Though they would not be taking command anytime soon, or deactivating the website prior doing sufficient inquiry.
The registrar Anjali Palan works for Hindu Janajagurti Samiti. She commented, “I have hard much about the actress, so yesterday, I took on the social media websites and was surfing for her pictures. I saw one of the picture which was linked to www.sunnyleone.com, there I discovered disheartening obscene photographs of the actress.”
Anjali requested the police team to not only book Sunny Leone but the people behind the website, who upload her pictures and videos over the website. The FIR is registered at Ramanagar Police Station, Dombivli EAST, Mumbai.
The SI at the police station – Sunil Shivarkar came ahead media to talk about the matter, he said, “We went through the website and found that the content was objectionable.”
The charges are the IPC’s sections 292 (obscene and indecent advertisement and display), 292A (printing of grossly indecent or scurrilous matter) and 294 (performing obscene act in public place), the IT Act’s section 67 (publishing or transmitting obscene material in electronic form), and the Indecent Representation of Women Act’s section 3 (prohibition of advertisements containing indecent representation of women) and 4 (prohibition of publication or sending by post indecent representation of women). The maximum punishment—imprisonment up to five years or fine up to Rs 10 lakh or both—is under the IT Act’s section 67.
“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,” reported joint commissioner of police VV Laxminarayana, Thane. “We have shifted the case from the local police to the cyber cell, who will investigate the matter.” he added.
The SPI told, “We are trying to contact the website’s operator to get relevant details. We cannot block the website, but will ask the operator to remove objectionable content.”
Daniel Weber, Sunny’s husband, who is also from the same background as Sunny is, talked to media, “People can file whatever they want. If there is a case, our attorney will deal with it.”
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