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Sunny Leone reacts to false reports about the worth of her home: Who cares how much somebody spends on a home?

The actor says that she isn’t normally somebody who will get affected by rumours so long as they don’t trigger hurt to her kids; urges the media to confirm claims

Last year, actor Sunny Leone moved into a plush condominium in a high-rise constructing in suburban Mumbai. And reports about its 16 crore worth resurfaced and started doing the rounds not too long ago. Strongly reacting to the speculations, she tells us, “I think it’s the media’s job to verify and figure out what needs to be put out. Who cares how much somebody spends on a house? People sometimes make s**t up just for the heck of it.”

But Leone isn’t the one to let anybody smother her pleasure of buying a home, as she says, “It doesn’t matter as long as that family loves the house. We were able to create a home that suited us. We filled it the way we wanted to for our children and us, and we’re so happy about it.”

So, how does she take care of false personal tales making information headlines? “You’ve to take them with a grain of salt and let it pass and move on. As long as there’s something that’s incorrect about my kids or something that can cause [them] harm, I don’t really care at this point in my life,” the 40-year-old says.

Meanwhile, on her eleventh wedding ceremony anniversary with producer-entrepreneur Daniel Weber early this month, Leone took to social media to share that they’d no money for his or her wedding ceremony. Talking about the journey they shared, she says, “It makes us extremely proud that we’ve been able to come so far against odds. It hasn’t been easy but it has been more good than bad.”

It can also be a reminder to maintain her kids – twin sons Asher and Noah, and daughter Nisha – grounded. “Keeping my children humbled is the task that I think is going to exist for a very long time until they are a little bit older. Having said that, I believe they’re nice and extremely well-behaved,” the Anamika actor ends.


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