Gabriella Demetriades, the girlfriend of Arjun Rampal, reached the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) workplace on Wednesday morning for questioning in reference to a drug-related case. Arjun has also been summoned by the narcotics company, after his residence was raised on Monday. Some digital devices had been seized and his driver was questioned as nicely.
Last month, Gabriella’s brother Agisilaos Demetriades was arrested by the NCB at a resort in Lonavala, where he was staying along with his fiancée. He was allegedly in contact with drug peddlers who provided medication to Rhea Chakraborty’s brother Showik and others arrested within the Sushant Singh Rajput case.
An NCB officer mentioned that 0.eight gram black color sticky substance presupposed to be charas was recovered from him. Alprazolam tablets had been also present in a search at his residence in Khar.
“Demetriades was dealing in a variety of drugs. Electronic evidence showed that he was in touch with Dipesh Sawant and Samuel Miranda, who are linked with accused Rhea and Showik Chakraborty,” an officer informed Hindustan Times.
Gabriella Demetriades on the NCB workplace on Wednesday.
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Over the previous few months, the NCB has cracked down on using medication in Bollywood. Rhea was arrested for allegedly procuring medication for Sushant and granted bail after spending almost a month in Byculla jail. Top stars together with Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh had been requested to affix the investigation and their cellphones had been seized.
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Earlier, Kangana Ranaut had known as Bollywood a ‘gutter’ and claimed that 99% people engaged in using medication. In September, Jaya Bachchan objected to the depiction of the movie business as a bed of vice and mentioned in her speech in Parliament, “People in the entertainment industry are being flogged by social media. People who made their names in the industry have called it a gutter. I completely disagree. I hope that the government tells such people not to use this kind of language.”
“Just because there are some people, you can’t tarnish the image of the entire industry. I am ashamed that yesterday one of our members in Lok Sabha, who is from the film industry, spoke against it. It is a shame,” she added, referring to Ravi Kishan’s feedback concerning the movie business’s ‘drug addiction’.
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