In Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide case, reports suggest that the Mumbai Police is going to record statements and question all those who were in contact with him for the last ten days of his life. Today, his rumoured GF Rhea Chakraborty reached the Bandra Police Station to record her statement. It was in the morning at 11.30 that news agency ANI had tweeted about Rhea arriving at the police station for the interrogation. Now, after 9hours we know that Rhea is still at the Police station.
Pictures and videos of Rhea entering the police station had surfaced on the internet in the morning and at about 5:30 her pictures of taking a break reappeared. She was dressed in a white kurta-pyjama and had her face mask on. Details of the interrogation are yet to be revealed. According to a few journalists stationed at the station, Sushant's manager also has been called in for questioning. Earlier, Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh had tweeted that in Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide case, 'professional rivalry' angle will also be probed. It remains to be learnt if Rhea was questioned anything about Sushant's issues in Bollywood.
It is being reported that Sushant Singh Rajput was in depression and that he was taking medicines for the same. Rhea and Sushant were reportedly even quarantining together during the lockdown, however, some reports suggested that the Kai Po Che actor sent his girlfriend home ten days before he took such a drastic step.
Mumbai: Actor and #SushantSinghRajput's friend Rhea Chakraborty arrives at Bandra Police Station; she has been called for interrogation by police, in connection with Sushant's suicide case.— ANI (@ANI) June 18, 2020
The MS Dhoni actor did not leave behind a suicide note and hence, the police are unable to reach a conclusion as to why he opted for suicide. His funeral was held on June 15 and his ashes were immersed in Gange today.
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