Rhea Chakraborty names Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh in NCB interrogation over drug case: Report

Rhea Chakraborty has reportedly named Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh and designer Simone Khambatta among 25 other celebrities in the alleged drug case which is being investigated by NCB.
Sara Rhea Rakul
Sara Rhea Rakul

New Delih: A shocking new development in Rhea Chakraborty’s alleged drug case has just come to the fore. As per a latest report, Rhea, who has been booked under procuring/consuming drugs, has reportedly named many other celebrities in her interrogation with Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).

Earlier today, it was claimed that NCB has acquired a list of 25 A-listers from Bollywood and are likely to summon all of them for further interrogation in connection with the Bollywood drug cartel.

Times Now’s recent update suggests that Rhea, in her statement to NCB, named Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh and designer Simone Khambatta. It’s been claimed that Rhea apparently confessed that she along with Sara, Rakul, and Simone would often consume drugs with late Sushant Singh Rajput in company. Rhea and Sara were known to be good friends and would also work out in the same gym. When drug chats retrieved by Enforcement Directorate (ED) had surfaced online, Sara was referred to as ‘Sara Sultan’ in one of the chats.

After 3-days interrogation with NCB, Rhea’s 20-page-statement has been accessed by the channel. The actress, who was in a relationship with Sushant, is currently in 14-day judicial custody along with her brother Showik Chakraborty, Sushant’s cook Dipesh Sawant and his house manager Samuel Miranda.

Rhea reportedly names Sara, Rakul, Simone in ongoing drug case

It’s left to see what turn does this case take hereafter. Apart from the drug charges, Rhea has also been accused of abetment of Sushant’s suicide, money-laundering among other allegations.

Meanwhile, Rhea and Showik’s bail plea has been rejected by the Sessions Court today. The two will now be approaching the Bombay HC. Rhea and Showik are expected to remain in the judicial custody till September 22.

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