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Rhea put in an adjacent cell to a murder accused; Has no fan or bed!

Ever since Rhea Chakraborty’s name came out in drug angle linked to Sushant Singh Rajput’s alleged suicide case the actress is in living hell, serving 14-days judicial custody under Narcotics Control Bureau, denied bail two times by Mumbai session court, and now if the reports are to be believed the ‘Jalebi’ actress and one of the prime accused in late actor’s death case is put in a cell without fan or bed, adjacent to an accused murderer Indrani Mukerjea.

Rhea was arrested on Tuesday and then was moved to Byculla jail. The actress is reportedly given a cell that doesn’t have any bed or ceiling fan and is locked-up adjacent to the bullpen occupied by accused murderer Indrani Mukerjea, who is serving jail sentence under the charges of killing his own daughter, Sheena Bora.

As per reports, the actress is put in a single cell due to security reasons as she is one of the prime accused in Sushant’s death case. And she has reportedly been provided a mat to sleep on, but no pillow or bed, however, as per reports, she will be provided with a table fan only if the court permits. Her cell is reportedly guarded by round-the-clock guards in three shifts.

Meanwhile, Rhea’s statement with NCB are going viral as during her questioning with the central narcotics agency she named 15 celebrities who are allegedly involved in doing and dealing in drugs including A-listed actress, Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh, her designer friend Simone Khambatta among many others. Earlier in the day, a WhatsApp chat of hers has also went viral where Rhea and Simone Khambatta were talking about ‘weed’, which is a crucial finding after her first WhatsApp chat was recovered by Enforcement Directorate suggesting her involvement in drugs following which NCB had also launched its investigation in Sushant’s alleged suicide case nabbing many drug peddlers and SSR’s house help Dinesh Sawant, house manager Samuel Miranda and also her brother Showik Chakraborty, who all are currently under NCB 14-day judicial custody and have been denied bail by the court.

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