Sussanne Khan Clarifies That The Reports Of Her Arrest Are ‘Completely Incorrect And Irresponsible’
Hrithik Roshan's Ex-Wife, Sussanne Khan Issues A Clarification After The Viral Reports Of Her Arrest For Breaking Covid-19 Protocols At A Mumbai Party Including 34 Other Celebs
Hrithik Roshan’s ex-wife and designer, Sussanne Khan has issued her official statement after the viral reports of her getting arrested by Mumbai Police alongside 34 other celebs for partying during the wee hours amidst COVID-19 outspread. She clarifies that the arrest reports are ‘completely incorrect and irresponsible’.
As per the media reports celebs such as Guru Randhawa, cricketer Suresh Raina and few other people were arrested and were released on bail by Mumbai Police for breaking the COVID-19 protocols. Sussanne Khan reveals that they were at the Dragon Fly Club at JW Marriot, Sahar and during 2:30 am police entered the club. Celebs were apparently made to wait to till 6 am in the morning. Sussanne took to her Instagram handle and shared a cryptic note with her fans. ‘My humble clarification’, she captioned the post.
Her statement read, “Last night I was at a close friend’s birthday dinner & a few of us extended to the Dragon Fly club at JW Marriott, Sahar. At 2.30 am the authorities entered the club. Whilst the club management and the authorities were sorting things out, all the guests present were asked to wait for a period of three hours. We were finally allowed to leave at 6 am. Therefore, the speculation by parts of the media that there were arrests made are completely incorrect and also irresponsible.”
“I fail to understand why we were made to wait or what the issue was with the authorities and the club. I am setting the record straight with this statement. I have utmost regard & respect for the Mumbai Police and for all their selfless efforts in keeping us Mumbaikars safe. Without their constant vigilance for public welfare, we would not feel safe. Best regards, Sussane,” it read further.
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For the unversed, due to the new strain of mutant Coronavirus the government of India has imposed a temporary suspension of the flights coming from the UK. Maharashtra state government has imposed night curfew till January 5.
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