After Rakul Preet Singh's name emerged during the Narcotics Control Bureau's investigation in the drug angle in Sushant Singh Rajput's death case, she was summoned for questioning. Yesterday, she appeared in front of the NCB to record her statement. As per the reports, she supposedly confessed to having a conversation with Rhea about drugs but denied consuming any. The latest development in this case suggests that Rakul's statement will be analysed and produced before the court, as confirmed by NCB Director General Mutha Ashok Jain.
A tweet by news agency ANI read, "Rakul Preet Singh's statement was recorded by the SIT today. It will be analysed and produced before the court: Mutha Ashok Jain, Director General, Narcotics Control Bureau in Mumbai." Reportedly, she has also named 4 celebs in Bollywood who used to procure drugs from Karan Johar’s production house Dharma’s executive producer Kshitij. The De De Pyaar De actress has claimed that Kshitij had approached her to work as his conduit. He was interrogated on Friday for the Bollywood parties where it was alleged that drugs were being consumed by the stars. However, hours after interrogating Kshitij Ravi Prasad, NCB arrested him.
A source close to the development revealed to Republic, "Rakul has also taken the name of Kshitij as the person who supplied drugs to some of her close associates. She has denied consuming drugs herself but has admitted that she is in the know-how of Kshitij's Activities."
Meanwhile, today, Deepika Padukone, her manager Karishma Prakash, Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan were interrogated by NCB in their alleged connection to drugs. ALSO READ: Rakul Preet Singh Tells NCB Officials ‘Doob’ Means A Rolled Cigarette In Reference With Her WhatsApp Chats With Rhea Chakraborty
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