Police file FIR against Sunny Leone, Google in Rajasthan for obscenity

Indian actress and former adult film actress Sunny Leone poses for a photograph during a promotional event. | STRDEL via Getty Images

An FIR was registered against actress Sunny Leone, Google CEO Larry Page, and a Bollywood magazine in Ajmer city for allegedly spreading obscenity, police said.

The complainant, Arinjay Jain, had subscribed to a Bollywood magazine through S K R Sharma. The entertainment journal contained obscene photographs of Leone, SHO Ajmer Kotawali police station Jitendra Gangwani said.

Jain said he followed a website link given in the magazine and found more obscene content and pictures of the actress on internet, following which he registered the FIR with police. 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, Gangwani said.

Source : The Huffington Post

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