Sushant Singh Rajput Case: ‘Huge Amount Transferred To 2 CAs’ Accounts’

Mumbai: With the Enforcement Directorate probing the finance angle of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, new details have come to surface.

It has been found that an amount of Rs 2.63 crore was transferred to 2 chartered accounts’ accounts from Sushant’s accounts between May 2019 and April 2020, according to reports on Times Now.

The report also alleges that the fixed deposits of an estimated Rs 4.5 crore in the name of Sushant’s sister was slashed to Rs 2 crore. The late actor’s family has alleged that these major monetary changes were made at the behest of the actor’s then-girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty.

Sushant’s father KK Singh, in his FIR field with the Bihar Police, has accused Rhea and the others of ‘theft’ and ‘cheating’. The family, in their statement, claimed that about Rs 15 crore of the actor’s money was transferred from his bank account to an account that could possibly benefit Rhea.

The ED reportedly grilled the actress, her brother, father, and former manager for 8 hours on Friday. The Central agency mostly questioned Rhea about her income and expenditure and the two high-value properties she and her family purchased. It was later revealed that the properties were purchased long before she was acquainted with the actor.

The investigation team is also looking into the joint venture companies launched by Rhea and her brother Showik along with Sushant.

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