Sana Khan: “It is not true that I wanted to kidnap a minor girl. & I’m not hiding”


Sana Khan

Sana Khan the famous Big Boss 6 contestant has apparently been on the run after being booked by the Navi Mumbai police for trying to kidnap a 15-year-old girl. After a long time of hide and seek the star finally came out of her shelter and defended herself by giving her version of the story. This is what Sana has to say:

“I am very much here, shooting for my films, attending events and performing at live shows in the last one month. It is not true that I wanted to kidnap a minor girl. I went there only after I was told that the girl’s mother was a huge fan and wanted to meet me. In fact, the girl told me that she would join me later and asked me to go to her place with my cousin. The other two boys who have been dragged in the case didn’t even enter their house.” Said Sana.

She went on to tell TOI:

“My cousin insisted that I meet the girl. She was sitting inside an ice-cream parlour. If there was a problem between her and my cousin, why would she come out to meet me? The CCTV of the building in which the girl stays should be having all the evidence — what time I went there and how long I was around — to know the real story. The spot where the family has alleged that the kidnapping took place is a crowded area. If there was any such attempt, many would’ve seen it. I was not hiding or covering my face; the whole world knows who I am today.”

Well what do you guys think? Is Sana guilty or not?

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