Sushant Singh Rajput death: Former manager claims the actor was ‘killed’
Two months after the Sushant Singh Rajput case passed, the actor’s former manager Ankit has made some shocking new allegations against the actor’s staff members. Stating that the actors never slept with his doors closed, he also questioned why the staff members did not break the door but waited for the locksmith.
Announcing that ‘this is a murder’, Ankit argued in an interview with Times Now that the actor could not take his own life because he was a positive influence and even coaxed people out of taking their own life.. He claimed that the late actor treated him like a ‘younger brother’ and when he worked with him, he gave no example of seeing the actor ‘depressed’ but said that he had spoken about his late mother. Wrote poems and cried.
He claimed that a person named Dipesh had seen the pictures and videos on social media. Saying that the man was employed after he left, he said that his main duty is to take care of SSR. Recalling his time working with the actor, he said that Sushant never slept with his bedroom door closed.
Asked why the house Staff didn’t help in contacting SSR to check on him on the morning of the alleged suicide, he asked why they didn’t break the door instead of calling the key maker.
He told that the actor maintained a calendar where he would write his schedule for the next day. He also said that he cannot believe that a positive person like ‘Sushant’ will go into depression and take his life.
Ankit alleged that he received threatening calls and suffered abuse from the callers. He also said that as recently as 4 days ago he got a call from a person like Sushant that if he became a witness to the death of the actor he would kill him. He also said about receiving a message from a person asking him to stop taking advantage of the situation and stop with ‘propaganda’.
Claiming that he was doing his own research, I have not received any summons from the Mumbai Police and I have not been questioned. My statement is also not recorded. However, he says he is waiting for the Supreme Court hearing and vows to help the CBI in any way.