The death of Sushant Singh Rajput has left fans in mourning. As of now, a CBI Investigation is happening in the matter. They have questioned Rhea Chakraborty for three days. The focus is also on the drug chats that have come out due to the diligence of the NCB and ED. Shruti Modi's name has come up in the chats. She is being represented by lawyer, Ashok Saraogi who is quite well-known in the legal circles. He has spoken about new chats where he has said that Sushant Singh Rajput was aware of the drug consumption and allegedly also consumed them. Rhea Chakraborty in her interviews has said that he would allegedly consume marijuana, and she would try to put a curb on that.
In a new series of chats, Shruti Modi is allegedly sharing his prescription details with his sister, Neetu Singh. He is his eldest sister. We can see that names of prescription drugs like Quetiapine, Clonotril, Oleanz and Serta. These anti-psychotic drugs are given for issues like panic attacks, anxiety, sleep problems, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. The manager has sent a couple of screenshots of the prescriptions to her. Shruti Modi has also sent details of Dr Susan Walker Psychotherapy to her.
India Today has claimed how Dr Kersi Chavda told the Mumbai Police how he was suffering from hyper anxiety, acute depression and severe existential crisis. Dr Susan Walker Moffat told Barkha Dutt that he was suffering from bipolar disorder. While mental health doctors are under an oath of confidentiality, the details of his treatment are floating quite freely on the media. The actor's flat mate Siddharth Pithani told the cops that he suffered after the death of Disha Salian. It seems it caused immense anxiety and Sushant fainted. His sister left the home on June 13, 2020. We just hope the truth comes out in front of everyone....
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