Rhea Chakraborty heads to NCB workplace for 2nd spherical of interrogation in Sushant Singh Rajput loss of life case

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Late Sushant Singh Rajput’s girlfriend and actress Rhea Chakraborty has been beneath the scanner after Sushant’s father, KK Singh filed an FIR towards her and 5 others. After being interrogated by the Mumbai Police, Enforcement Directorate (ED), and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Rhea was summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Sunday. She was interrogated for over six hours and was summoned once more for today. 

Recently, the actress was noticed leaving for the NCB workplace from her place. When papped by the shutterbugs, the actress was seen sporting a black and pink tracksuit. 

She had coated her head with the hoodie and was seen carrying a face masks. The actress was additionally accompanied by a police official. 

Yesterday, when the actress reached the NCB workplace, she was mobbed by the members of media. The transfer was criticised by many celebrities. Meanwhile, no arrest has been made towards the actress to date. However, as per a Times Now report, Rhea, in her assertion to NCB, asserted that she has ‘by no means consumed medicine’ however procured them from brother Showik Chakraborty for Sushant.


Sushant, 34, died by suicide on June 14. His physique was discovered at his Bandra residence. The actor’s loss of life case was being interrogated by the Mumbai police initially, however after an FIR was filed towards Rhea, the Bihar police additionally began probing the case. Recently, the Supreme Court has given the cost of the case to CBI. 

With every passing day, new developments are being made within the loss of life case. After a number of alleged drug chats surfaced on social media, NCB additionally began wanting into the matter. Rhea’s brother Showik and Sushant’s home supervisor Samuel Miranda have been despatched to custody for 4 days in relation to the drug case.  

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