Sunny Leone denies Cobrapost sting operation accusations; says 'not campaigning for any political parties'
Sunny Leone is among the few celebs who have been involved in the controversy of being caught red - handed during the Operation Karaoke sting operation done by Cobrapost.
Cobrapost had offered ransom to certain film and television personalities in order to post tweets related to political allegiance which was a part of the entire sting operation. Sunny happens to on the list of the celebs who have been caught red - handed while accepting the deal. But the actress has denied all such allegations made against her and also has posted a tweet regarding the same. In the tweet, Sunny has clarified that she and her husband Daniel Weber do meet up with some dealmakers but that doesn't mean that they accept every deal.
Previously, a video had been made public by Cobrapost where Sunny was heard saying that she would tweet anything given that her husband is provided citizenship by Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India.
Sunny posted a tweet in her defence in which she said, 'I am not campaigning for any political parties, unlike the news that's circulated talking about me doing so. If and when I do promote any political party I would be the first to announce the same.' She further added at the end, 'If I choose to promote anything political in life I would choose things I only believe in. As of now I have not posted or expressed any political viewpoint as can be clearly seen on my social media.' Around 30 B - town celebs including Sunny Leone, Jackie Shroff, Sonu Sood, Vivek Oberoi and many others have been caught in the sting operation conducted by the online portal Cobrapost where they had agreed to promote the agenda of political parties in social media in exchange for sufficient amount of money.