Mika Singh arrested in Dubai for allegedly sending inappropriate pictures to teenager

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Mika Singh arrested in Dubai for allegedly sending inappropriate pictures to teenager

"Our team is at the police station".

The news agency, quoting a member of Mika Singh's troupe, said a girl had accused the singer of harassment. The singer had lodged a counter-complaint alleging extortion.

Indian Ambassador to the UAE Navdeep Singh Suri had confirmed the news to local newspaper Khaleej Times, "He is under arrest". The singer was reportedly arrested around 3 am from a bar in Bur Dubai and was later taken to Abu Dhabi jail. It has been reported that several friends of his have been trying to release the singer from jail.

Mika had gone to Dubai to perform at a Bollywood event. "See you tonight!" he wrote in the caption.

Recently, Mika Singh came out in support of Me Too movement.

Known for Bollywood songs like, Subah Hone Na De, Hard Hard, Milenge Milenge, Bas Ek King among others has over four million followers on the micro-blogging platform.

It is said that Mika's brush with trouble of this nature is not new as he had already kissed actress Rakhi Sawant in public which became a huge controversy in the year 2006 which in fact made him a popular person. From his hacked Twitter account to his robing case, he had been in limelight. He will be collaborating with singer Biba Singh.

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