Priyanka Chopra, Nick may sue US magazine for spreading false information about divorce

New Delhi: Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are preparing to sue a US magazine for running an article stating that they are heading for a divorce after only 117 days of marriage.

Quoting a source, OK! magazine said, “They’ve been fighting about everything – work, partying, spending time together. The bottom line is that Nick and Priyanka rushed into things…And now they’re paying the price. Their marriage is hanging by a thread.”
According to a report in an entertainment website, the couple is all set to sue the magazine for spreading false information.

Priyanka’s close associate told the website, “Once she makes up her mind to deal with negative rumour-mongering, nothing can stop her. Priyanka will let loose her legal team on this news-manufacturing tabloid and ensure they get to their knees.”

The website quoted Priyanka’s friend saying, “I met them both last week. The vibes between Priyanka and Nick is so warm no party pooper can piss on her parade. Tabloids and portals that go any lengths to generate news must be told where to get off.”

The OK! magazine’s defamatory article was condemned by Priyanka’s fans on social media. The fans were angry with the magazine as, apart from making false claims about the couple’s marriage, it targeted Priyanka and showed her in a bad light.

The OK! magazine also quoted the source saying, “Nick believed Priyanka was cool and easy-going when they got married. But recently Nick has seen a controlling side to her. She also has a temper — that’s something Nick wasn’t aware of until after the wedding celebrations.”

The article went on to say that Nick’s family is “begging him to end” the marriage as they initially thought Priyanka was “this mature woman who was ready to settle down and have kids,” but they now feel she’s a party girl who “acts like she is 21.”

This is not the first time a US magazine has targeted Priyanka. Earlier, The Cut magazine published a racist article against Priyanka. The article called her a ‘global scam artist.’ After facing a backlash, the magazine had to take down the article.