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Released Following The Intervention Of The Indian Embassy

Released Following The Intervention Of The Indian Embassy

Mika was detained after a Brazilian minor girl had filed a complaint against him for alleged harassment.

TOI reports that Mika is now being detained in the Muraqqabaat police station in Abu Dhabi, while his friends are trying to get him released. The arrest was made at 3 am on Wednesday night from Bur Dubai. Dubai Police confirmed to Republic TV that the singer is in their custody for sexual harassment charges.

According to reports, the singer has been accused of sending indecent photographs to a 17-year-old girl, who hails from Brazil.

The "Subah Ho Na De" hitmaker was last seen on stage at a Bollywood awards ceremony. His associates and friends from India have been trying to get him out.

Couple who dropped engagement ring in Times Square utility grate located
Times Square's official website even offers help for people who want to go big with a proposal on one of its famous billboards. Police have released surveillance photos of the couple and are asking the public to help reunite them with the ring.

Mika had recently travelled to the Arab nation to perform at a Bollywood event, which was reportedly the Masala Awards. "We are working on it", Mr Suri told news agency ANI.

In 2006, Rakhi Sawant filed a case against Mika for forcibly kissing her during her birthday celebrations in Mumbai.

A few days back, Mika took to his Instagram handle to shared a video from Dubai and captioned it, "Hey #Dubai".

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