In yet another big development in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, incriminating WhatsApp conversations of Rhea Chakraborty have surfaced that hint at the alleged use of drugs by the Bollywood actress.
A series of WhatsApp messages sent from Rhea Chakraborty’s mobile phone that reveals Rhea’s sporadic use of drugs like MDMA, marijuana, etc.
In another conversation, a contact saved as ‘Miranda Sushi’ in Rhea’s phone tells the actress “Hi Rhea, the stuff is almost over.”
Miranda then asks Rhea “Should we take it from Showik’s (Rhea’s brother) friend? But he has just hash & bud.”
However, the most startling conversation retrieved by Times Now was between Rhea and her friend named Jaya Saha.
On November 25, 2019, Jaya texts Rhea “Use 4 drops in tea or water and let him sip it… Give it 30-40 minutes to kick in”.
“Thank you so much,” Rhea texts Jaya Saha, and Jaya replies saying “No problem bro, hope it helps”.
In one of the conversations, Rhea is talking to an alleged drug dealer named Gaurav Ayra. She says “Incase we speak about hard drugs, I haven’t been doing too much. Tried MDMA once” and goes on to ask “You have MD?”
#Exclusive on @thenewshour | WhatsApp chats expose drug 'conspiracy.'
'Use 4 drops in tea, let him sip it.' 'Give it 30-40 mins, it will kick in.'
8 WhatsApp chats accessed by TIMES NOW.
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In another conversation, Rhea is talking to an alleged drug dealer named Gaurav Ayra. She says “Incase we speak about hard drugs, I haven’t been doing too much. Tried MDMA once” and goes on to ask “You have MD?”
It should be noted that Rhea Chakraborty has herself claimed that she was the girlfriend of Sushant Singh Rajput in an Instagram post, and back in November 2019, she was reportedly living with the Kai Po Che actor at his Bandra residence.
According to reports, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is likely to initiate investigations in the case after the emergence of the ‘drug conspiracy’ in the death case.