It is heard that Rakesh Kapoor, a tenant in Priyanka's flat at Oberoi Sky Gardens house in Andheri, has not just refused to vacate it but has also resorted to forging certain documents pertinent to the renting and sale of the house.
As for details, it is learnt that Kapoor, who has been staying there for the last couple of years, had terminated the agreement on December 31. It was only after receiving a notice from the actor to vacate did Kapoor furnish documents that stated that Priyanka is bound to extend the agreement with him at any cost. The documents also stated that in case she intends to sell her flat in future, the first preference should be given to Kapoor and the offer could be extended to someone else only if he refuses to buy.
Following the incident, the actress's father Dr. Ashok Chopra, who holds the power of attorney on behalf of Priyanka, registered a complaint with the police.
The case has been filed under sections 465 (punishment for forgery), 467 (forgery of valuable security, will etc), 468 (forgery for purpose of cheating), 474 (intending to use forged documents as genuine) and 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property) of IPC.
Bollywood may be a star-studded place but the celebrities aren't far from trouble - the latest being Priyanka Chopra. The pretty damsel is in the limelight again but this time, it's not for her film.