GoAir slams reports of banning Preity Zinta from boarding their flights due to orders by ex-BF Ness Wadia

GoAir Airline Company which was recently accused of banning actress Preity Zinta from boarding their flight, have now slammed the media reports as false and completely misleading. It was reported that the orders to GoAir of banning Preity from boarding their flights was given by Zinta’s ex-boyfriend Ness Wadia who is the co-owner of the same airline company.

Slamming the news, the statement given to India Today read as, “Sections of the media have reported malicious and a factually incorrect story that is false, fabricated and without any basis stating that ‘Preity Zinta was stopped from boarding GoAir flight.’”

The statement further read,”GoAir strongly and completely denies any such action. Contrary to the reportage, all the facts-on-ground clearly show that Ms. Preity Zinta had a smooth flight Mumbai to Chandigarh GoAir G8-381 on Saturday, March 30, 2019. Further, on April 2, 2019, she also booked herself on a return flight G8 382 from Chandigarh to Mumbai but did not show up. This clearly demonstrates that sections of media have reported mischievously and without verifying the facts with GoAir.”

For those unaware, few days back a report in Spotboye.com stated that Preity was supposed to board a GoAir flight but at the end moment the staff of the airplane company informed the actress and her team that she is banned from travelling in their flights which took her by shock. It was rumoured that the above orders were given to the air line by its co-owner, Ness Wadia who is Preity Zinta’s ex-boyfriend.

Preity and Ness who dated each other for almost a decade had an ugly fallout when in 2014 Zinta accused Ness of molesting and abusing her at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium during an IPL match between Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings.

On personal front, Preity is happily married to Gene Goodenough with whom she tied the knot in the year 2016.

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