Actor Sapna Pabbi dismisses reports of NBC that says, ‘she has gone missing’
In a latest development in the death mystery of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, his co-star Sapna Pabbi was summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau for investigation purposes and when asked, NCB told that the actor has gone missing.
Pabbi dismisses all such reports of her absconded after being summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau in connection with the Bollywood drugs probe. Through her instagram account, she updated that she is in London.
“I am saddened to see speculative media reports in India about me being untraceable or missing. I have been back at home in London to be with my family and as such my lawyers have already communicated this with the authorities in India who are fully aware of my whereabouts,” the actor said who worked with Rajput in a movie called Drive.
The name of the Khamoshiyan actor popped up when the name of Agisilaos Demetriades who is brother of Gabriella Demetriades, a South Aftrican model and Arjun Rampal’s partner, was questioned in the matter. As per a report in the Mid day, it was revealed that digital evidence had been recovered, tying her to the Bollywood drugs nexus.
Another report claimed that NCB had pasted a notice outside her resilience on Tuesday to which she did not respond and later on disappeared from the place. “Her role in this case is very crucial and thorough investigation is required. If she doesn’t respond then strong summons will be issued soon.”
One of the Prime accused in the case Rhea Chakarborty was released in September after being in jail for nearly a month. She was put behind the bars on her connection in the Bollywood drug scandal but any evidence on her related to the Sushant singh Rajput’s death case was not found. In all of this, the news media has also been blamed for irresponsible reporting. As many as 38 film production houses and organisations stood against the negative media coverage and moved the Delhi High Court against two news channels, citing irresponsible reporting.