It's no new news that superstar Shahrukh Khan have already faced tremendous legal woes, surrounding his son AbRam's sex determination test allegations, post birth. Now again, the actor have been slapped with a petition by a social activist, challenging a magistrate's order refusing her application for documents pertaining to SRK's baby boy's birth, through surrogacy.
Reportedly, social activist Varsha Deshpande alleges that Shahrukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan had conducted a sex determination test before their third child AbRam was born. As per her latest complaint, she is seeking action against Shahrukh, Gauri and the city hospital, where the test was allegedly conducted. The activist also sought documents pertaining to the surrogacy process and documents collected by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in its inquiry into the matter.
Shahrukh Khan had earlier refuted all the rumours of sex determination test. "Just to put the record straight there was no sex determination for our child. The baby was born much before the speculations of 'sex determination' and other 'issues' pertaining to the same were being raised in the media by some organisations," Khan had told it in the past.
Speculation was that Gauri's sister-in-law Namita Chibber may have been the surrogate mother, but there has been no confirmation so far. AbRam is the third child of SRK and Gauri.