Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer on studies of her confessing to medicine chats: ‘We go by what CBI, ED, police or NCB officially says’


Mumbai, August 30

With a number of studies claiming that actress Rhea Chakraborty has confessed that the drug-related chats that includes her are genuine, her lawyer downplayed it on Saturday night, saying they’d solely take the official phrase from the investigating company to be the reality.

Earlier, unverified studies doing the rounds had acknowledged that Rhea has confessed to typing out the drug-related chats herself, throughout a spherical of questioning.

When IANS reached out to Rhea’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde to seek out out the reality behind the studies, he messaged: “No time for all this. We go by what CBI, ED, Police or NCB officially says in writing.”

In screenshots of WhatsApp chats made public by Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti on her unverified Twitter web page on Friday evening, Rhea, her brother Showik, Samuel Miranda, and Siddharth Pithani speak of “doobie” (which Google defines as hashish cigarette) and ‘blueberry kush’.

Shweta had tweeted to share the screenshots from a WhatsApp group named “NIFW”. The group members embody names like Aayush SSR, Anandi SSR, Siddharth Pithani SSR, Rhea and others.

Earlier chats leaked in sections of the media allegedly had Rhea speaking of utilizing MDMA and in addition discussing marijuana.

“In case we speak about hard drugs, I haven’t been doing too much. Tried MDMA once,” she allegedly messaged a person named Gaurav Arya, asking him: “You have MD?” A message despatched to her by one Jaya Saha on November 25 final 12 months learn: “Use 4 drops in coffee, tea or water and let him sip it. Give it 30-40 minutes for it to kick in.” It is being presumed that the “him” refers to Sushant.

On Tuesday, Rhea’s lawyer had stated that the actress has by no means consumed medicine and is prepared for any take a look at to show the actual fact. IANS



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