Mika Singh held in Dubai over complaint of sexual harassment; questioning underway

Singer Mika Singh had gone to Dubai to perform at a Bollywood event.

FP Staff December 07, 2018 16:25:34 IST
Mika Singh held in Dubai over complaint of sexual harassment; questioning underway

Singer Mika Singh has been detained in United Arab Emirates (UAE) after a girl lodged a complaint against him for allegedly harassing her, a member of the singer's team informed.

The questioning in the case is underway.

Mika had gone to Dubai to perform at a Bollywood event.

Earlier this week, the Aaj Ki Party singer took to his Instagram account to share a video from Dubai. "Hey Dubai.. I'm in your city and it's the 1st time I'm here to attend the most popular awards the Masala Awards. See you tonight!" he wrote in the caption.

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