Goa police-drug peddler nexus: Model not yet contacted
Lucky Farmhouse, a Swedish model who exposed police-drug dealers nexus through a video shot on a spycam leading to the arrest of five policeman last month, has said that Goa Police is yet to contact her.
Panaji: Lucky Farmhouse, a Swedish model
who exposed police-drug dealers nexus through a video shot on
a spycam leading to the arrest of five policeman last month,
has said that Goa Police is yet to contact her.
Lucky had said that the son of a senior politician was a frequent
visitor to her drug peddler boyfriend Yaniv Benaim alias
Atala and had offered to share more information with
"No one has problem contacting me except Goa police,"
the model posted on her website www.lucky.nu.
"Still (there is) no sign of any police or Interpol. I
read a news months ago that Goa police have problems to find
me," Lucky said.
Deputy Superintendent of Police (Crime Branch)
Chandrakant Salgaonkar, who is investigating the case, had
earlier told reporters that they were in touch with Interpol
to get Lucky`s deposition.
Lucky, however, said that when Goa police were
reportedly hunting her she was in Mumbai shooting for a music
"It`s very easy to get in contact with me especially
when they know where I live. I have my phone number and email
etc," she said, adding, "I check my email almost every day and
my phone is always on."
Six policemen were suspended, of whom five were
arrested, after Swedish model shot her boyfriend on a spy cam
revealing police-drug peddler nexus in the state.
Opposition BJP had demanded CBI inquiry into the
statements made by the model. Leader of Opposition Manohar
Parrikar had said that it was difficult for Crime Branch to
conduct an impartial inquiry into the matter as the "name of a
senior politician" was involved in it.