Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case has now taken a shocking turn after SSR’s father accused Rhea Chakraborty of cheating and harassing SSR and forcing him to commit suicide.In a 6-page FIR, SSR’s father also alleged that Rhea used to blackmail and threaten SSR to show his medical reports to the media. He also mentioned that Rs. 15 crores were transferred from his son’s bank account to other accounts, which were not related to SSR.
SSR’s bank statements were accessed by Republic TV between November 2017 to February 2020 have proved that massive transactions were indeed made for his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and her family, especially her brother Showik Chakraborty.
Here are five big expenses Sushant bore for Rhea in his final months.
Plane tickets for Rhea Chakraborty and her brother:
As per the bank statements of SSR, Rs 81,000 had been withdrawn from his account for flight tickets for Rhea Chakraborty and her brother. Along with this, SSR’s account has also bore expenses for two other members of Rhea’s family in October 2019.
Hotel booking for Rhea and brother:
Sushant not just paid for Rhea’s brother’s flight tickets but also paid for his stay in Taj Hotel of about Rs 4,72,975, which is highlighted in SSR’s bank statements.
Shopping at Zara:
Another transaction made by Rhea was of amounts Rs 35,000 for her shopping from a Zara showroom. Another person named Samuel, who was very close to Rhea has also made heavy transactions from SSR’s bank account to the tune of Rs 5 lakh on multiple occasions.
Make-up and Hairstylists:
SSR’s account has also recorded heavy transactions for Rhea’s personal make-up and hairstylists of amount Rs 40,000. A total of Rs 1 lakh were withdrawn from his account for Rhea’s personal expenses.
Tution fees for her brother:
Apart from bearing Showik’s flight tickets and hotel stay, as per the statement, SSR also paid his education and tuition fees.
As per his bank statements, SSR had a balance of over Rs 4 crores 62 lakh in November 2019 but his bank balance dropped to just little over Rs 1 crore in Feb 2020.