Actress Rakul Preet Singh has reportedly confessed to begin a part of the ‘drug chats’ with Rhea Chakraborty but has denied consuming any narcotics substance. This update comes in shortly after the actress’s 4-hour long interrogation with the Narcotics Control Bureau that is probing the drug angle in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case.
Actor Rakul Preet Singh arrives at NCB SIT office. She was summoned by Narcotics Control Bureau to join the investigation of a drug case, related to #SushantSinghRajputCase
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According to reports , the actress, who has been a part of anti-drug campaigns, denied procuring or consuming any narcotics substances. During the course of the interrogation, she also claimed that she had no relation with any drug peddlers.
The actress, who was originally scheduled to appear before the agency on Thursday, later confirmed that she will join the probe on Friday morning instead.
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, NCB told reporters here
According to Times Now, NCB sources have revealed that the actress named four celebrities and also alleged that Dharma Productions executive producer, Kshitij Prasad supplied narcotics substance to them. She also revealed that Prasad regularly procured drugs and claimed that he supplied the substances to several celebrities. She alleged that he gave the narcotics substances to “at least 4 stars.”
NCB sources: Rakul Preet has named Kshitij Prasad during the interrogation. She took names of 4 celebrities who Kshitij allegedly supplied to.
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Rakul Preet Singh names Karan Johar’s aide & 4 actors in NCB’s interrogation: Sources https://t.co/f4ipbCuoUe
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During her interrogation with the NCB, the actor claimed that Rhea would get drugs delivered at her residence, adding that the stash recovered from her home was not hers, sources said.