According to a report in PTI, the ED stated that the actor wanted to leave India, but could not do so as her name was on the lookout circular. It further told the court that Jacqueline had tampered with evidence during the investigation by deleting data from her mobile phone.
Meanwhile, Jacqueline’s lawyer Prashant Patil dismissed these allegations and said that she has always cooperated with with the investigation agencies and attended all the summons to date. “She has handed over all the information to the best of her ability to the ED,” he said.
Back in September, Jacqueline had appeared before the Economic Offences Wing of the Delhi Police for a second time for her alleged role in the case. She was also quizzed for over eight hours along with Pinki Irani, the person who allegedly introduced the actor to Chandrashekhar, in the same month.
The EOW had also questioned Jacqueline’s stylist Leepakshi Ellawadi.