When King Khan’s son Aryan is all in the news for all wrong reasons in the news, several other past drug records are coming into the spotlight. Aryan was detained by the NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) officials in a raid on a cruise ship going from Mumbai to Goa and was later sent to one-day custody. As the case is being scrutinized further many revelations are coming from the NCB and other officials, one such throwback to the past surfaced recently where Aryan’s mother Gauri Khan was allegedly caught in a drug case in Berlin.
Gauri Khan Was Allegedly Caught In A Drug Case
When the son is being investigated for his immoral acts, a particular piece of throwback news pieces has been catching the attention of people and is going viral on the internet, and it has to do with Gauri Khan, Aryan’s mother and wife of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan. In the past one and a half years, the NCB has been tracking the alleged ‘drug mafia’ nexus in the Bollywood industry and several celebrities, accused of being in possession of illegal substances.
One such very similar incident is when Gauri Khan’s name popped up in a drug scandal. According to a leading international Journal , Gauri Khan was caught at Berlin Airport for possession of Marijuana. Well, no official report confirmed her involvement in the matter, and back then, there were reports that also stated that Gauri Khan was a ‘drug addict’, which she strongly denied in an interview for a leading lifestyle magazine. And if this incident is true, then there is no surprise on why Aryan is caught for such illegal acts and how he possesses such addictive materials.
Aryan Khan Case Under Deep Scrutiny
NCB officials said that Shah Rukh’s son Aryan is among several others who are to be questioned in connection with the alleged party that they attended aboard the luxury ship on a Mumbai-Goa cruise. Recently, the officials also claimed that they have found links of their dealings in dark web and other cryptocurrency statements. Further updates are yet to come, however it all ends up to one question: if Aryan is found guilty, whether he will be considered the same way as other convicts are treated? What’s your thought on this?