Cynthia Ritchie sends Rs120mn legal notice to Yusuf Raza Gillani

On Thursday a US blogger by the name of Cynthia Ritchie sent the former Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani a legal notice of Rs120million. In the legal notice, she threatened him that she will take legal action if he doesn’t apologize to her.
Ritchie sent this notice through her counsel Advocate Nasir Azeem Khan in which she stated that Gilani had harassed her and damaged her reputation by false allegations.
She said that that he had harassed her by the involvement of ex-interior minister Rehman Malik. The legal notice accused a PPP media cell of harassing Ritchie on social media.
She saying that “his allegations discredited her locally and internationally and she wants to apologize to her for the fake allegations. Ritchie said in the case that she warned the PPP leader that if he didn’t apologize to her for the devastating claims against her, she would take legal actions against him.
Ritchie made the headlines when she accused the former interior minister Rehman Malik of raping her in 2011. She accused him of live video broadcast on Facebook.
She has also accused the health minister Makhdoom Shahabuddin of manhandling her while saying that Gilani had given her an awkward affirming that all these incidents happened in 2011 when PPP was in power.
Gilani had also sent a defamation notice of Rs100 million to Richie after she went to the public with allegations against him. The legal notice was sent to her through her lawyer who asked her to rely on 14days.

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