Rhea Chakraborty has been charged by the NCB with purchasing as well as financing cannabis at the instance of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Actor Rhea Chakraborty was billed on Wednesday for purchasing narcotics for her actor-boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput, who passed away in 2020, by the country’s anti-drugs agency.

A chargesheet filed by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) named her and also 34 others as implicated in the top-level situation.

Ms Chakraborty, 30, has actually been billed with investing in and financing a tiny amount of marijuana. Her sibling, Showik Chakraborty, has likewise been called as an accused.

The NCB has actually claimed she received and provided marijuana to Sushant Singh. She also paid for it at his instance, they stated.

If convicted, Rhea Chakraborty can deal with over ten years in jail.

The star has called the allegations against her a “witch-hunt”. In an interview with NDTV, she had actually admitted that Sushant Singh Rajput utilized to smoke cannabis, yet denied that she used medicines or aided in acquiring them.

“I tried to control him … I have actually never talked with a (drug) dealership or taken medications in my life. I am open to a blood test,” she had informed NDTV.

Rhea Chakraborty – implicated by Sushant Singh’s family of mentally bothering him, exploiting him for money and having a role in his fatality – has been the emphasis of investigations by three central companies.

Besides the NCB, she is additionally being checked out by the CBI, which is penetrating Sushant Singh’s death, as well as the financial element is being looked into by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

Ms Chakraborty was apprehended in the case in September 2020. She was provided bond by the Bombay High Court nearly a month after her arrest.

The NCB released a probe into the drug use in Bollywood and also the television market adhering to the fatality of star Sushant Singh, 34, that was located dead in his home in country Bandra on June 14, 2020. The authorities had actually stated the fatality was a suicide.

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Last Updated: 13 July 2022