Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas to sue Ok! Magazine for divorce article

After their gorgeous wedding and amazing Miami vacation, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are taken aback by the divorce rumours. The couple is now ready to sue the ‘Ok! Magazine’ that first reported the story.

Nickyanka wishes for the magazine to pay the price for the damage caused to their public image. The magazine had claimed in a cover story that the young couple is heading for a divorce.

In.com reported from a source close to Priyanka, “Once she makes up her mind to deal with negative rumour-mongering, nothing can stop her. Priyanka will let loose her legal team on this news-manufacturing tabloid and ensure they get to their knees.”

Reports suggest both Nick and Priyanka have made up their mind and will send a legal notice to the tabloid before they file a motion in an American court. They will soon meet their legal team.

Another source revealed the actress is hurt about being referred to as a Gold Digger and might claim millions of dollars in damages from OK magazine in the USA.

The course claimed, “The reports are nonsense. It has been going on for some time and Priyanka has been ignoring it. But this time this was the cover story and naturally, all the negativity associated with it was too much to take for Priyanka as she is a self-made woman. The insinuation that Priyanka is a gold digger and that Nick should have had a prenup agreement in place has pained her to no end. Her husband is extremely hurt. In all probabilities, the magazine can now expect a legal notice from Priyanka,”

Priyanka recently finished shooting for her next Bollywood release, ‘The Sky is Pink’ with Farhan Akhtar. The actress will return to Bollywood screen after nearly three years. The film is directed by Shonali Bose and will release in October 2019.

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