It’s been more than a month since the sad demise of a gem of an actor, Sushant Singh Rajput. People across the country are still mourning this tragic loss. And since his untimely demise, a lot of people who were related to him are coming out and speaking to help solve the death case of the actor.
Now, according to Times Now, Sushant’s friend Siddharth Pithani has revealed that the actor was concerned about his expenses and he had also confronted girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty, about the alleged purchases she had made with his money. His friend also said that Sushant stopped taking his medications in the weeks leading to his demise.
“In March, he stopped taking medication,” Siddharth told Times Now in an interview. “He said, ‘I am feeling better. I don’t want to take medications anymore.’” Siddharth said that Sushant had made the decision after discussing with his doctor, who ‘had come to the house’ and had ‘reduced the prescription.’
Siddharth further went on to reveal that the actor had asked him to not talk to his family about him. He expressed that Sushant had told him that his expenses are getting out of his hand. “Mere expenses zyaada ho rahe hain. I want to cut down all the expenses“, Siddharth revealed that Sushant told him. And the matter was discussed among the actor’s staff. He also added that “In conversation, they used to tell me that sir is worried about expenses and that Rhea is buying stuff with his cards, but we don’t know how to tell him, and we are very sure he is worried about it.”
Siddharth said that he informed Sushant about this conversation and a confrontation happened between the actor and Rhea. Sushant then told Siddharth, “You don’t have to worry about anything. You don’t have to get involved in this matter. This is Rhea you’re talking about. She’s a part of the house. You don’t interfere.”
Recently, the actor’s family had filed an FIR against Rhea and her family. They accused her of siphoning 15 crores from his account. But the Mumbai Police said that no money was transferred to Rhea’s account, although money had been withdrawn.