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Japan drug case isn't Ness Wadia's first brush with law, controversy

Ness made headline in 2014 when actor Preity Zinta complained against Ness Wadia saying he attacked her just before a IPL match in June 2014

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Dev Chatterjee Mumbai
Ness Wadia, 47, the eldest son of Wadia group chairman, Nusli Wadia, is no stranger to controversy. In the latest controversy to hit the scion of the Wadia family, the Hokkaido station of Japan’s NHK reported that Customs officials in Japan arrested Wadia in early March after a search revealed that he was carrying cannabis – a banned substance -- to Japan. Ness, who was in Japan for skiing, was detained and the Sapporo District Court later handed him a two-year prison sentence for drug possession, which was suspended for five years.

"Ness is now back in India. The judgement

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First Published: Apr 30 2019 | 1:28 PM IST

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