After her name came up during the inquiry into the Rs 200 crore money laundering case implicating conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar, Jacqueline Fernandes found herself in trouble. He had given the actress a number of pricey gifts. She was listed as an accused in the Enforcement Directorate's charge sheet since they claimed she was the recipient of the extorted funds.
In the Rs 200 crore extortion case involving Sukesh Chandrasekhar, the Patiala House Court in Delhi issued an order. On presentation of a personal bond in the sum of Rs. 2 lakh and one surety in the same amount, the actress was granted bail.
Jacqueline's temporary bail had already been extended by the court until November 15, with the announcement that the decision on her permanent bail request will be made on that day.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED), which reportedly claimed that Jacqueline could leave the nation to evade the probe, opposed Jacqueline's bail petition in the case. "In our entire lives, we had never seen Rs. 50 lakh in cash, yet Jacqueline frittered away Rs. 7.14 crore for amusement. The ED had opposed Jacqueline's bail in its charge sheet, claiming that she was a recipient of the extorted money and had used every trick in the book to try and get away since she had enough money.
On the professional front, Jacquelien Fernandes was last seen in the film 'Ram Setu'. While the film couldn't work well at the box office, Jaqueline was hailed for her prominent part and presentation.