LEAKED : Whatsapp Complaint sent to Mumbai Police by Sushant Singh Rajput’s Family in February

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s father KK Singh recently released a video statement and revealed that he had already informed Mumbai Police about his son being in danger, back in February 2020. He alleged that the Mumbai Police did not act on his complaint then. Now, a Leading TV News channel has shared a copy of the alleged complaint made via WhatsApp by Sushant’s brother-in-law.

The complaint was made by Sushant Singh Rajput’s brother-in-law, a Haryana IPS officer, to DCP Bandra. Times Now has allegedly acquired a picture of the WhatsApp complaint and sharing the same, the channel tweeted, ““TIMES NOW accesses a copy of complaint made via WhatsApp to DCP Bandra who acknowledged it in WhatsApp itself. ‘Buddha, his DCE classmate will get you background’, in the complaint.”

In the video, the message sent to the DCP isn’t revealed, but another message sent read, “Buddha, his DCE classmate who stays with him. He’ll get u the background. The Idea is that he should not be hurt for being all by himself there.” Another message reads, “Rhea’s father is retired doctor. Just after couple of days of association, she moves in at Sushant’s place.On the pretext of curing him of depression, her family took him to a resort near airport and kept him there for months together. Since then they are managing him and his business affairs. He is downhill since then.”

The screenshot also shows another text that read, “When the matter went out of hand, Sushant called up my wife to be rescued. He stayed with us 2/3 days went back fine citing his shooting commitments.”

One of the text reads, “He is downhill again with reports of Rhea firing all Sushant’s loyal team members and putting her own stooges in place. Her third sister, a Delhi-based lawyer, who used to be with him and visited him frequently is panicky that he has surrendered to a manipulative group of people and his life is at risk.”

Earlier today, Mumbai Police Commission Param Bir Singh addressed a press conference, in which he dismissed rumours of a party at Sushant’s place. He also revealed that statements of 56 people have been recorded by Mumbai Police so far.