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Shilpa Shetty gets into heated argument with Raj Kundra during police raid asking him what was the need of doing such a thing

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The crime branch has been interrogating actress Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra in connection with the latter’s pornography racket case. Reportedly the actress got into a huge argument with her husband when the Crime Branch raided their home. Following which the actress broke down in tears saying she was unaware of her husband’s actions.

“The day crime branch took Raj Kundra to his Mumbai home for the searches, Shilpa Shetty was questioned too. She was very upset after the interrogation. She and Kundra had a huge argument where she shouted and asked him what was the need of doing such a thing and why he did everything. The Crime Branch team had to intervene between the couple to pacify the actress,” the sources reported. They also added that Shetty broke down in front of the cops and told them that Kundra had kept her in dark about the content of the app and she did not know anything.

“Shattered Shilpa told Kundra that due to his actions the family name is getting defamed and their endorsements in the industry are being cancelled and the family is facing huge financial losses. She asked him what was the need of doing such things when they achieved a standing in society,” the sources in Mumbai police added.

Kundra was already anticipating his arrest after the property cell of the Mumbai Crime Branch arrested nine people in the connection with the pornography racket case in March as he had changed his phone so that no data can be recovered.

Meanwhile, Crime Branch has appointed a financial auditor to probe the money trail of Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty and their alleged involvement in the pornography racket case. Reportedly transactions worth crores were done from the couple’s joint account. The Crime Branch suspects that the earnings from ‘Hotshots’ and ‘Bolly Fame’ app used to come into this account.” Police is also probing if money earned from the apps was being invested in bitcoins.