Following government directives, the Income Tax Department has sent her a notice for not declaring the money she earned from this service. The trouble does not just stops here for the model who attracted over one lakh followers on Twitter by posting her nude and semi-pornographic pictures.
IT department, in its notice, has further claimed that since it was a service, her income from offering sex would attract service tax of 12.36 percent, to be paid by the actress.
“I didn’t know that IT department would be monitoring my activities rather than taking action on corrupt politicians who don’t declare any income at all,” she fumed in an exclusive interview given to Faking News correspondent in clothes. Sherlyn too was in clothes.
Sherlyn, who was not aware about the service tax clause, claimed that she did not charge this amount to her customers. Sources say that she has been desperately trying to reach her clients to claim the tax amount. However, once the notice news was broke out, all of them avoided taking her calls.
An IT officer, on condition of anonymity, told that this notice has been served as part of the latest social media strategy by the government. They have got standing instructions to target specific individuals to shift media attention whenever any new scandal breaks out.