Actress Preity Zinta arrived in Mumbai from the US on Sunday, more than a week after she filed a case against her former boyfriend and Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia for allegedly molesting, threatening and abusing her.
She had been asked by the Mumbai police to return to India to record her statement.
Zinta had said that the incident took place during the IPL match between Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings on May 30, however, she filed the police complaint on June 12.
She has told in the complaint that Wadia first shouted on team staff and then abused her after she intervened. She left for her seat, when Wadia followed her and allegedly pulled her hand and abused her.
The police have sought details from the Kings XI Punjab Chief operating officer (COO) on the players present when the alleged incident took place, a source said. Police are relooking the sections applied in the case. Policemen were on Tuesday instructed by senior officials to go through Zinta's complaint again and if it is case of 354-D (stalking), then section 354 should be changed to 354-D.