[Fact check] Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer not on Twitter&
Rather a lot has been mentioned about Rhea Chakraborty amid the continuing probe into the dying case of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. In the aftermath of Sushant’s tragic dying, a sequence of faux information has surfaced on social media. In a surprising improvement within the drug case linked to Sushant’s dying, Rhea has reportedly named a number of Bollywood celebrities throughout her interrogation performed by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officers.
In the wake of the current improvement, a tweet about Sara, Rakul Preet Singh, and Simone prone to get summoned by the NCB following Rhea’s alleged confession began doing rounds on social media. The tweet said that Sara and Rakul are tipped to obtain a summon by the federal company after Rhea confessed that the actresses consumed narcotics substance. Similarly, a sequence of tweets from person title @SatishManeshnde concerning the ongoing Sushant dying case has been shared on social media.
However, the aforementioned tweet and the account are pretend and Rhea’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde has additionally slammed the pretend Twitter person for impersonating the senior advocate on the microblogging web site. According to a report filed by ETImes, Rhea’s lawyer has issued an announcement and said that fakes information are being shared from a pretend account impersonating the senior advocate.
”Dear Friends , that is NOT my Twitter Account and a Fake one created by some so referred to as “ Fan “. It’s Fake information being unfold and I’ve no concern by any means with this Tweet. I’ve mentioned so earlier. I’m taking Criminal and Civil steps to cease this nonsense,” Rhea’s lawyer was quoted as saying.
On Friday, a particular court docket rejected the bail pleas of actress Rhea and her brother Showik. The brother and sister duo was arrested by the NCB in reference to a drug case linked to the tragic dying of actor Sushant. Besides Rhea and Showik, the court docket has rejected the bail pleas of 4 different accused within the case.