Mumbai : Sources from the Mumbai police on Tuesday confirmed that the emails received from South African cricketer David Miller and Preity Zinta’s guest for the IPL match on May 30, Jean Goodenough have both affirmed her claims made in the complaint against industrialist Ness Wadia.

Zinta had filed a complaint against ex-boyfriend Wadia on June 12 alleging that he had harassed her and outraged her modesty on May 30 during and after the IPL match between their jointly-owned team Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings. Goodenough, a foreigner was among Zinta’s guests that night, while Miller’s family was sitting in the row behind Zinta’s. The email from Miller, who plays for Kings XI Punjab, contains his father’s statement.

Ness on the other hand had sent a letter to the Marine Drive police on Wednesday July 2 and named nine people who were present during the match. Of the nine people, the police tried to contact three – Pooja Dadlani, who is out of Mumbai; Kamlesh Shah, who is not receiving the calls; and Sharat Nath, whose phone is switched off.

The police will start calling the witnesses with whom contact gets established from today onwards. On the other hand, Preity, who is currently in London tweeted on Tuesday, “London can be simply awesome as long as it does not rain. Happy to be here, far far far way from home 🙂 #holidayyyyy”. So far, 12 witnesses from Preity’s side have recorded their statements with the police.

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