Pearl V Puri Granted Bail: Pearl V Puri, arrested for raping a minor, gets bail, read details

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Actor Pearl V Puri, who has been behind bars for the last 10 days for raping a minor, has finally got bail. Pearl's lawyer in a conversation with Spotboye has confirmed that the actor has got the bail. Pearl was arrested by the police on June 4 under the POCSO Act, after which she was sent to judicial custody for 14 days. Confirming the news of the bail plea, Pearl's lawyer Jitesh Aggarwal told the website, "Yes, we have got the bail from the Vasai Sessions Court".


Let us tell you that before this the bail petition of the actor has been rejected twice. But today finally the actor has got a sigh of relief. Pearl V Puri was produced for the first time on 5th in Vasai Court where his bail plea was rejected. After which he was sent to judicial custody. After this, Pearl had once again applied for bail, which was again rejected in the hearing on June 11. Today, for the third time, Pearl was produced in the court where he got bail.


Let us tell you that the case in which Pearl was arrested is an old case (2019). According to the police, this is an old case in which a minor girl has accused the actor of exploitation in the name of getting work in a TV serial.


These stars supported Pearl...

From the day Pearl was accused of this, many famous stars are continuously supporting the actor. From Ekta Kapoor to film producers Divya Khosla Kumar, Rakhi Sawant, Anita Hassanandani, Karishma Tanna, Al Goni, all the celebs have supported Pearl by calling her innocent. Not only this, but a statement has also come out from the victim's family that Pearl is innocent, she is being implicated.

The parents of the minor girl whom Pearl has been accused of raping, have been fighting for the custody of the daughter for the last several years. Recently, there was a statement from the victim's family and mother that the girl's father has implicated Pearl in a false case so that he can show that the mother takes the girl to the set and cannot take care of her properly. And the custody should go to the father.