Singer Mika Singh, who was detained by the Dubai Police after a 17-year-old Brazilian girl complained against him for sending her obscene photos, has now been released last night at 11.30 pm from the police custody following efforts by the embassy. He will now be produced before a local court today in Dubai, informed Navdeep Singh Suri, Indian Ambassador to UAE.
After getting released from the police custody, Mika posted a video on Instagram where he was seen having a gala time with Suhail Galadari, owner of Khaleej Times, and thanked his fans for their love and support for his new song Aankh Maare from Simba starring Ranveer Singh and debutante Sara Ali Khan.
Mika was in Dubai to attend Bollywood award show called Masala Awards and was also seen performing with Hollywood pop singer Akon on stage.
The Dubai police had detained the singer at around 3 am from Bur Dubai Thursday night after the girl complained against him about sexual harassment. He was lodged at the Muraqqabat police station.
"Our team is at the police station. We are working on it," Suri had earlier informed ANI.
Navdeep Singh Suri, Indian Ambassador to UAE, on singer Mika Singh detained in UAE after a girl complained against him for alleged harassment: Following efforts by the embassy, singer Mika was released at 1130 last night. He will be produced before a court today. (file pic) pic.twitter.com/gHcs3oOmry— ANI (@ANI) December 7, 2018