One after the other, shocking revelations in Sushant Singh Rajput's death are coming to the fore. The late actor's father has filed an FIR against his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty accusing her of cheating, abetment of suicide and more. Almost 16 allegations have been reportedly levelled against Rhea and Bihar Police is thoroughly investigating the case. Now, it is Sushant Singh Rajput's bodyguard who has given an explosive interview and sided with the actor's father against Rhea. In an interview with Republic, SSR's bodyguard has made some shocking statements.
In the interview, he has said that for the past few months, Sushant used to stay unwell for most of the time and would be sleeping in his bedroom. He has spoken about parties going on at his house with Rhea Chakarborty organising it using SSR's money while he would be sleeping in his room. Not just Rhea, the bodyguard also mentioned her father and brother visiting Sushant's home for parties.
Further, his bodyguard has also claimed that Sushant's family could not get in touch with him, nor were they able to visit him in the past few months. He spoke about the lifestyle change that he witnessed in Sushant in the past one year ever since he met Rhea and was quoted saying, "As far as medicines go.. most of the time SSR would be asleep.. don't know about overdose.. After his trip to Europe, he came back ill.. he was always in bed.. previously always active.. would prepare for the Ironman triathlon.. swimming, running, gymming..", claimed the late actor's bodyguard."
To Republic, Sushant's bodyguard stated that a thorough investigation should be done and that SSR should get justice. He also claimed that Rhea changed all the staff members of SSR's team and he was the only one left. (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Amid Investigation, Late Actor's Fans Hail Bihar Police, Trends #ThankYouBiharPolice On Twitter)
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