Court Relief For Jacqueline In Money Laundering Case
The Morning Standard|August 17, 2023
A Delhi court has allowed actor Jacqueline Fernandez to go abroad without its prior permission in a money laundering case, noting she requires to travel frequently leaving the country with short notice in order to ‘grab professional opportunities.’
JAISON WILSON
Court Relief For Jacqueline In Money Laundering Case

Her case is allegedly related to ₹200 crore money laundering case involving conman Sukesh Chandrashekar.

Granting relief to the actor, in the August 10 order, Special Judge Shailender Malik at Delhi’s Patiala House Court modified her bail conditions, observing it is ‘undisputed’ that Jacqueline has never misused the conditions of bail at any point of time and earlier she has taken prior permission for travelling abroad, on five occasions.

Now she would require to intimate to the court about her travel at least three days before leaving the country instead of taking prior permission before leaving the country.

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