Can We Trust Conman Sukesh's WhatsApp Exposé On Jacqueline Fernandez?

Conman Sukesh Chandrashekar, embroiled in a ₹200 crore money laundering case, has revealed purported old WhatsApp conversations between himself and Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez.

Oshi Saxena
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The ongoing saga of the ₹200 crore money laundering case involving conman Sukesh Chandrashekar and actor  Jacqueline Fernandez takes a new twist. Chandrashekar, accused in the high-profile case, has recently disclosed what he claims to be old WhatsApp conversations between him and the Bollywood star. 


This revelation comes in the wake of Sukesh's previous assertion that leaked messages circulating in the media were fabricated, describing them as attempts to sensationalize the case.

The Controversial Claims

Sukesh Chandrashekar, no stranger to controversy, has presented a peek into his past interactions with Jacqueline Fernandez. In a series of purported WhatsApp conversations, he alleges a misunderstanding between them in 2021. According to Chandrashekar, the messages showcase Fernandez seeking forgiveness and expressing her love, regardless of the apparent discord.

Adding fuel to the fire, Chandrashekar shared a handwritten card, purportedly from Jacqueline Fernandez, bearing the words "I am yours forever...Love Botta Bomma." 

He stated that this is merely a "teaser," and that he had "hundreds of chats and voice recordings, video chats that will be revealed to the Investigation Agency," and that "you left me with no choice."

The Verification Challenge


Sukesh Chandrashekar asserts that the authenticity of these chats and the handwritten card has been verified by the Enforcement Directorate. He emphasizes that the material he possesses leaves no room for skepticism. Furthermore, he claims to have submitted the original drive from the WhatsApp cloud data to aid the ongoing investigation, asserting that the handwriting on the card can be easily compared with Fernandez's statement given to the ED.

Jacqueline Fernandez's Response

Jacqueline Fernandez, also entangled in the legal battle, has approached the court, expressing distress over the media's coverage of the leaked messages. She contends that the dissemination of these messages is creating a detrimental environment for her. Chandrashekar, on the other hand, alleges that his voice has been manipulated using artificial intelligence and that the incriminating messages were fabricated after he threatened to expose Fernandez.

Legal Maneuvers

Sukesh Chandrashekar has sought a detailed investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), citing concerns over the alleged cloning of his voice and the creation of fraudulent messages. He had previously approached the Delhi High Court in August, leading to a detailed investigation that concluded no messages were sent by him.

Jacqueline Fernandez, maintaining her innocence, has petitioned the Delhi High Court to quash the case and a supplementary chargesheet against her. She portrays herself as a victim of a maliciously targeted attack by Chandrashekar.


Enforcement Directorate's Stand

The Enforcement Directorate, opposing Fernandez's petition, argues that she has not refuted allegations of receiving substantial gifts from Chandrashekar. Gifts worth ₹7.12 crore were allegedly received by Fernandez, with an additional ₹1.12 crore delivered to her sister in Sri Lanka. These allegations of receiving proceeds of crime form the basis for money laundering proceedings, according to the probe agency.

The legal and public scrutiny surrounding Jacqueline Fernandez and Sukesh Chandrashekar's involvement in the money laundering case shows no signs of abating and the authenticity of these messages, now in the hands of investigative agencies, will play a crucial role in determining the course of this high-stakes legal drama

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