ED files money laundering case against Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav

Elvish Yadav is the focus of a case filed under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.

The Enforcement Directorate has launched a case against YouTuber Elvish Yadav against the backdrop of the snake venom sale, following the Noida Police in what appears to be growing difficulties for Elvish Yadav. A complaint has been filed under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act against him.

According to media sources, Bigg Boss OTT-2 winner and YouTuber Elvish Yadav was involved in the buying and selling of snake venom. The zonal office in Lucknow has begun looking into the case on directives from ED Headquarters.


According to reports in the local media, Elvish is anticipated to be called in for interrogation shortly.

After being detained for 14 days on March 17, Elvish Yadav was released from judicial detention. Five days later, he was given bail. Everything began with a complaint from Gaurav Gupta, a representative of People for Animals, the group founded by BJP MP Maneka Gandhi.

On November 2, 2023, six persons, including Elvish Yadav, were the subject of a case filed under several Wildlife Protection Act sections at the Noida Sector 49 police station.

With the organization’s assistance, five people—four of whom were snake charmers—were taken into custody as part of the inquiry.

According to claims in the local media, the Delhi-NCR’s renowned hotels, clubs, resorts, and country residences served snake venom at rave events, according to the ED’s preliminary inquiry. According to additional reports, ED representatives anticipate calling all of the middlemen in the case.

Also, Ed is investigating Elvish Yadav’s purported ownership of a number of expensive cars. According to reports, there’s a good chance Elvish Yadav would be called before the court shortly about this matter.