Poonam Pandey hits the headlines every other day by landing herself into controversies sometimes for no reason at all. The modern turned actress knows how to hog the limelight be it by making bold statements or posting eyebrow-raising pictures and videos. Meanwhile, the Nasha actress has caught herself into yet another mess.
Reports state that Poonam Pandey has been arrested by the Mumbai Police at Marine Drive station for not following the rules of the Government imposed lockdown. According to the reports, Poonam was spotted roaming around the city in her luxury car in Marine Drive.
As per the Police who caught her, Poonam along her friend was caught driving through the area without any valid reason. The duo was taken to the nearby Police station and however later left the station after being given a notice.
The sources claim that they traveled all the way from Bandra to Marine Drive. However, even if the Police have let them go her car has been taken into possession by the Mumbai Police.
It comes as a surprise because while other public figures are trying to spread the awareness amongst their fans and followers to stay indoors, Poonam decided to violate the rules and put not only her’s but also others life in threat of getting infected by the virus.
Mumbai city falls into the red zone and has been amongst the most affected cities in India and there has been a rise in the coronavirus patients in the City of Dreams.
Speaking of Poonam Pandey, this is not the first time that the actress has landed herself in trouble. Her friend was identified as Sam Ahamad Bombay, 46, a film director and a resident of Bandra (West). They were roaming around in a BMW car on Sunday around 8.05 pm. Sangram Singh Nishandar, Deputy Commissioner of Police, zone 1 confirmed that Pandey and her friend were detained and later released for lockdown violation. Their car was also seized. A case has been registered against the two at Marine Drive police station under sections 188 and 269 of the Indian Penal Code and relevant sections of the National Disaster Management Act.