(ALSO READ: CBI’s Sushant Singh Rajput’s death investigation is witnessing news twists and turns now and then. It was just recently when Rhea Chakraborty’s neighbour claimed that she saw the late actor dropping off his girlfriend at her residence a night before he passed away. During her interview with Republic TV, Rhea’s Neighbour had revealed that an eyewitness revealed to her that he/she saw Sushant dropping off Rhea at her house. Sushant was driving his car and there was no driver. But now Rhea Chakraborty, who walked out of Byculla jail, last week, has filed a complaint against the neighbour calling her claims to be ‘patently false’ and ‘bogus’.
According to a report in Times Of India, Rhea in her complaints said that her neighbour named Dimple Thawani’s claims and allegations are “patently false and bogus against me, knowing them to be false, to mislead the investigation.” Rhea called the rumours of Sushant dropping her off at her house, ‘utterly false’.
Earlier speaking to Republic, Rhea’s neighbour had said, “The person told me this in June itself before any of this had gone to CBI or even before Rhea had said anything. The person had said, 'Oh! he passed away, I had just seen him drop her off on 13th evening.' Nothing was known at that time that what else will come up. I have not seen anything and Yes, I am Rhea's neighbour.”
Lawyer Satish Maneshinde said in a statement, “We will start going after people who defamed and tried to destroy her (Rhea) life...for a 2-minute glory on electronic media carrying fake news. One such person was Dimple who claims she is an SSR fan and believes she is his soulmate due to a past life connection. She claims that someone told her that SSR dropped Rhea home on the 13th." (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Over 80K Fake Accounts Created To Discredit And Troll Mumbai Police Commissioner; FIR Filed)
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