Three demand Rs 6.5 crore and threaten to implicate the son of an NRI woman in a drug case in Mumbai.

Yash Chalke, Shrutik Sonawane and Prathmesh Shinde arrested for allegedly demanding Rs 6.5 crore from the son of a woman from Dahisar . The three convicted felons engaged in indestructible conduct with a 23-year-old boy, and they made a video of the alleged affair and threatened to post it on social media .

MUMBAI (MUMBAI): A 24-year-old man and two of his associates were arrested for allegedly demanding Rs 6.5 crore from the son of a woman from Dahisar who works in the United States.According to police, they threatened to report him to the police by framing him in a drug lawsuit.The three convicted felons engaged in indestructible conduct with a 23-year-old boy, and they made a video of the alleged affair and threatened to post it on social media.Yash Chalke (24), Shrutik Sonawane (20), and Prathmesh Shinde (20) have been identified as the men arrested by crime branch unit 12.

Chalke began working with the woman's son in a coaching class where they met together.Chalke was arrested in 2018 in a drug use case and later released on bail, according to police.Chalke and his two accomplices allegedly threatened to frame her son in the drug use lawsuit that Chalke was charged with.The NRI woman, who is now in India, reportedly lodged a police complaint.

Chalke even brought along some local politicians to the house of the NRI woman's family and used their names to extort money.These local politicians will be called by police to record their remarks, according to the police.The three accused took the woman's son to a friend's house eventually, after the family stopped paying their dues.According to the reports, they had unnatural sexual relations with him and video-recorded the sex and threatened to make the video viral on social media and demanded money from him.

The NRI woman who is the plaintiff in the lawsuit said she had come to Mumbai recently and was called by the accused and asked her for Rs 62 lakh more.However, the accused, according to police, began stalking her and calling her from unknown phone numbers when she stopped receiving her calls.When the cops arrived, they barged into her apartment and called the doorbell of the house late Friday night.The case has been handed over to the criminal department.