The death case of Sushant Singh Rajput turned into an unsolved mystery. But after the three federal agencies started the investigation, more and more explosive details about the case started unfolding in the media. After a lot of investigation and interrogation, Rhea Chakraborty got arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on September 8. The latest development in the drug angle suggests reported drug-peddler Zaid Vilatra who is co-accused with Rhea and brother Showik Chakraborty in the drug case has now moved to Bombay High court for bail, as reported by TOI. He has filed a petition before the Bombay high court and has sought orders for bail from the HC. Earlier, he special NDPS court rejected his bail plea along with Rhea Chakraborty and her brother.
In his petition through advocate Taraq Sayed he said, “there is absolutely no recovery of any contraband at his instance and there is absolutely no nexus between him and any contraband of commercial quantity.’’ It is also reported, the Narcotics Control Bureau has detained another one named Karamjeet from Andheri West, Mumbai, allegedly in connection with the drugs case, linked to Sushant Singh Rajput's death case. Reportedly, earlier, a drug peddler Kaizen Ibrahim was granted bail by Mumbai's Esplanade court. He was also sent to 14-day judicial custody. Drug peddlers Zaid Vilatra and Kaizen Ebrahim along with Abbas Lakhani and Karan Arora were also taken under custody.
Meanwhile, Rhea Chakraborty has given a 20-page statement to NCB where she revealed that some leading actors consumed drugs with Sushant, his Lonavala farmhouse was being used for drug parties and how a filmmaker introduced SSR to drugs and more.
On the other hand, she reportedly revealed Rakul Preet Singh, Sara Ali Khan and Designer Simone Khambatta names to NCB who consumed drugs.
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