According to latest reports, Zinta has already started giving her statement to the police in this case.

Reports suggest that the police may ask her to recreate the entire sequence inside the Wankhede stadium.

Investigators want to find the exact spot where the alleged incident took place at the South Mumbai stadium and who all were around at that point of time.

In her written complaint to police, Zinta had claimed, "I left for my seat, but he came up to me at my seat and started screaming and abusing me in front of everyone."
Investigators have indicated that Wadia would be called for questioning only after Zinta’s statement is recorded.
Zinta had filed a police complaint on June 12 alleging that Wadia outraged her modesty at the stadium on May 30 during an IPL match between Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings, a charge dubbed as "false and baseless" by him.
Zinta and Wadia ended their five-year-old relationship a few years back but continued to share business interests.
Several players of Kings XI Punjab, its support staff and officials at Wankhede Stadium claim to have been present when the alleged incident took place.
Based on the complaint, Marine Drive Police registered an FIR against Wadia under Sections 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace), 506 (criminal intimidation) and 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of IPC.
The police have so far recorded the statements of seven persons, including Indian Premier League COO Sundar Raman and BCCI Secretary Sanjay Patel, in connection with the case.
Meanwhile, the Crime Branch is probing the alleged threat phone calls and a text message received by two personal secretaries of Wadia Group on June 16 from a man claiming to be fugitive gangster Ravi Pujari.

The caller allegedly warned that their "business will be in trouble" if the actress was harassed.


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