Priyanka Chopra's cousin Meera who thought she was getting vulgar mails from an unknown person was shocked to discover that she was being harassed by her acquaintances.
The police however managed to trace the IP address from which the mails were being sent, reports Mid Day.
The FIR, a copy of which is with the tabloid, states that: "During the course of technical enquiry, request was sent to Hotmail & Yahoo asking registrant and log details of the questioned email IDs. Hotmail had provided IP addresses belonging to Airtel Delhi & France, whereas Gmail had provided only registrant details. Meanwhile, Airtel had also informed that the questioned emails were created and used from the IP address allocated to the Internet connection installed in the name of one S K Ahuja."
Meera was shocked to discover that she knew the person who was harassing her, but refused to divulge further details.
She told Mid Day, "I am shocked at the incident. It's like that saying, 'Apne log hi barbad karte hain' (It's people known to you who cause harm)."
"I know who they are (it's the entire family) but I can't reveal their identity as I have been asked by the cops not to disclose it yet. These people are not in India and are abroad. I myself want to expose it to media," she added.
"This person also has my phone details for the past six months, which he has e-mailed to my fiance. He even tried to threaten me by sending mails directly to me. The whole incident is really bad for the families. My engagement is almost on the verge of breaking up," she had said in her complaint.
Meera who's currently in Delhi is planning to leave for Mumbai on Friday.