Actress Yamuna, techie caught in sex racket

HYDERABAD: Film actress Yamuna, a Kannada actress Sukanya and the CEO of a software company, Venu were caught by the Bangalore police for allegedly involving in flesh trade in a five-star hote

Published: 22nd January 2011 05:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 08:18 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Film actress Yamuna, a Kannada actress Sukanya and the CEO of a software company, Venu were caught by the Bangalore police for allegedly involving in flesh trade in a five-star hotel in Bangalore last night.

In the raid, a total of nine persons were reportedly picked up from ITC Royal Gardenia on Vittal Malya road.

Yamuna, who acted in Telugu, Tamil and Kannada movies, is known for her roles in films like 'Mouna Poratam,' 'Mama Garu' and 'Puttinti Pattucheera'. She later switched to television and acted in several Telugu serials telecast on private channels.

The Bangalore police, who confirmed the raid on the hotel and the nabbing of the actress along with the other two, said they are yet to arrest them as investigation is still on.

Sources said the police, who got wind of the activities of the actress, had been waiting for nearly three months to catch her red-handed.

"We are still in the process of investigation.

We have not arrested the actress," senior police officials said.



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