Sushant Singh Rajput Case : Here’s what Samuel Miranda told CBI during interrogation

CBI is investigating the case and has been interrogating people related to Sushant Singh Rajput. Now, Samuel Miranda was interrogated by the CBI and here's what he revealed.
Sushant Singh Rajput Case : Here's what Samuel Miranda told CBI during interrogation

Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death probe is ongoing and all the 3 central agencies are investigating the case. Rhea Chakraborty who’s the prime accused in the case was spotted outside DRDO’s guesthouse with brother Showik yesterday, where she was called for the third round of interrogation by the CBI.

Samuel Miranda has opened up about Sushant Singh Rajput, who was summoned by CBI, as reported by a news channel. According to the report, Samuel Miranda was the ex-house manager of SSR and revealed these details about the late actor to the CBI.

Samuel revealed that Sushant’s workers and Rhea Chakraborty told the late actor that the house was haunted, as mentioned in the report. He further added that sometimes Sushant used to come out of his room at night and would hug an idol of a god and take it back to his room. Adding more, he said this used to happen after Sushant and Rhea’s Europe trip.

Samuel told the agency in his statement that the actor used to stay in his room alone and was not feeling well. When he was not feeling well, then Shruti Modi and Rhea suggested Sushant should move to Waterstone Club but that also didn’t help and no improvement was there in late actor’s health. He also used to cry at times, shared Samuel.

Samuel also talked about SSR’s sisters who came to visit him at the club and asked him about his finances after which Sushant started crying. Initially, Sushant had planned to go with them, but he later refused to go.

Recently, in SSR’s death probe drug angle was emerged which is now investigated by the Narcotics Control Bureau.