Late Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s father KK Singh lodged a FIR against his girlfriend and actor Rhea Chakrobarty over a month after he was found dead in his Mumbai apartment. She has been accused of abetment of suicide, alleging that she cheated him finanacilaly and mentally.
The FIR has been filed at the Rajiv Nagar Police Station in Patna against four other family members of Rhea Chakrobarty. The inspector General said,’ KK Singh lodged the case with Rajiv Nagar police station against Rhea Chakraborty, and her family including Indrajit Chakraborty, Sandhya Chakraborty, Shruti Modi, Showik Chakraborty and others under Sections 341, 342, 380, 406,420, 306 and 120 (B) of the IPC. Sushant’s father has made a serious charge against Rhea and her family. He has alleged that she had kept Sushant away from his family and completely in her possession. She was also handling his bank account. It was also reported that crores of rupees were withdrawn from his bank account.”\
The Patna Police has sent a four-member team to Mumbai on Tuesday to Rhea and her family members in the Sushant’s suicide case. He further said,’Sushant died by suicide at his Bandra flat in Mumbai on June 14. The four-member police team reached Mumbai on Tuesday afternoon and are looking into the case from all angles.’
Singh further said, “Sushant called his sister and told her that Rhea had threatened him to show doctor receipts to the media and would prove him mad. Thereafter, no person would give him work. On June 8 night, Sushant’s secretary Disha committed suicide. Rhea had appointed her as Sushant’s secretary. Later, Rhea blocked Sushant’s number on her cell. Sushant was afraid that Rhea could have made him responsible for his manager’s suicide as she had threatened to frame him in the secretary’s suicide case.”
The police is simoultaneliusly enquringthe statements of 38 persons including Bollywood’s top-notch directors like Mahesh bhatt, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Aditya Chopra.
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