‘I don’t want to jus­tify my­self’

Ac­tor Sunny Leone doesn’t care about peo­ple who use her name to pull pub­lic­ity stunts and make head­lines

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Peo­ple say crazy things and it makes me an­gry, but I will never say any­thing bad about them

Sunny Leone, ac­tor

Ac­tor Sunny Leone (left), who has been in the news re­cently for all the wrong rea­sons, says that she does not let it af­fect her per­son­ally.

For one, ac­tor Celina Jait­ley al­leged that she threw Leone and her hus­band out of her house which she had rented out to them, and then, a Mum­bai house­wife filed an FIR against her for al­leged dis­tri­bu­tion of ob­scene con­tent on the web.

“I can’t go on jus­ti­fy­ing my­self. There is no point in that. Peo­ple come and say crazy things and it makes me an­gry, but I will never say any­thing bad about them,” she says, adding that she knows that peo­ple do these things just to get into the news.

“I don’t think I can do any­thing about them. I know who I am and I know that I am very dif­fer­ent from what they are say­ing. Some peo­ple will do any­thing to make it to the head­lines.”

The 34-year-old, who is cur­rently host­ing an on­go­ing dat­ing re­al­ity show, feels like an ex­pert while ad­vis­ing the con­tes­tants. “My hus­band (Daniel Web­ber) and I still have a fairy­tale ro­mance, even af­ter so many years of mar­riage. So it is very easy for me to ad­vise these con­tes­tants,” she says.

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