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YouTuber got legal notice from Sonam Kapoor, Heres why!

By LAWSTREET NEWS NETWORK      16 October, 2023 04:11 PM      0 Comments
YouTuber got legal notice from Sonam Kapoor Here s why

Social media influencer Raginny received legal notice from Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor and her husband Anand Ahuja for roasting the actress in a video for her public statements.

After receiving the legal notice, the YouTuber shared it on her Instagram handle and YouTube account. The legal notice claimed that the video by the YouTuber defamed the reputation of the actress and her husband.

The legal notice read, The reported fake post is illegally uploaded content belonging to our client Ms Sonam Kapoor Ahuja.
"These actions are not authorised by our clients. Kindly delete the reported link and ensure that you do not allow your platform to be used for the mentioned activities," it added.

In response to the legal notice, Raginny posted a video on both her YouTube and Instagram handles. After the controversy, the original video posted by the YouTuber Raginny has received over 42,000 views, media reports stated.

The video on YouTube, in which Raginny roasted Sonam Kapoor, has just 4,000 views, which later spiked and went viral after legal notice from the actress.

After receiving the legal notice, in the response video, Raginny highlighted that the viral video also carried praise for Sonam Kapoor, but the actress only focused on the roasting part.

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