Arjun Rampal came under the spotlight last month after the Narcotics Control Bureau raided his Mumbai residence and summoned him and his girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades for allegedly procuring drugs. There had been no update on the same ever since the two were interrogated by the agency. Turns out the dark clouds are still over the couple, as the reports today say that Rampal has been summoned by the NCB once again. Read o to know all the details about the same.
The NCB has been probing the drug’s nexus in Bollywood following Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise. Arjun and Gabriella came on the radar after the latter’s brother Agisialos Demetriades was arrested from the country. The police procured small amounts of Alprazolam and Hashish from Agisialos. If you are not aware both the substances are illegal under the narcotics law. Agisialos was in touch with Omega Godwin, a Nigerian national arrested for the supply of cocaine in Mumbai. This is the same Nigerian resident, Kshitij Prasad was also in touch with.
One month after his arrest, the NCB raided Arjun Rampal and Gabriella Demetriades’ residence in Mumbai on November 10. After which on November 13 Rampal was summoned. Gabriella was also questioned for 2 days. Not just them, Arjun’s driver was also arrested and interrogated.
Making its way is the update today Arjun Rampal has been summoned by the NCB once again. As per an India Today report, the actor us told to present himself in front of the agency on December 16, which is tomorrow. There is no update on what time the actor is asked to appear.
Meanwhile, alongside Arjun Rampal and Gabriella, the agency recently raided actor-comedian Bharti Singh’s residence in the city. After finding drugs in their home and the two (Bharti & husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa) accepting consumption of it, they were arrested and taken under custody. Later the two walked out on bail.
The NCB has by far made many arrests and interrogations in an attempt to bust the drug nexus. We have seen Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, and more have appeared in front of the agency for questioning.