Former tennis star Sharapova, Schumacher booked for fraud

Amazing F1 racer Michael Schumacher, previous Tennis star Maria Sharapova and 11 others were booked for fraud and criminal conspiracy by the police in the northern Indian city of Gurugram after a court order. The global sportspersons were named following a FIR enlisted in the nearby police station by a lady who blamed them for misrepresentation comparable to a condo development project.

The FIR was documented by Shafali Agarwal, a resident of Chattarpur Mini Farm in New Delhi. In the complaint, she said that she booked a loft in a venture named after Sharapova and in that undertaking, a pinnacle was named after Schumacher.

As per the FIR, the task should be finished by 2016 however it won’t ever take off. Subsequently, Agarwal chose to lodge a complaint and she blamed the big names for being conscious of the extortion through the promotion of the project.

“We came to know about the project through advertisements and reached out to the company management after pictures of the project and a lot of false promises were made,” she said in the complaint.

It was additionally claimed that Sharapova had visited the site and guaranteed the launch of a tennis institute and sports store. “It was mentioned in the brochure that she is promoting the project, and she also made false promises, had dinner parties with the buyers, and all this was done for the project, which never took off,” read the complaint.

The FIR was filed under Sections 34 (common intention), 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 406 (criminal breach of trust) and 420 (cheating) of the IPC at the Badshahpur police station.

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