In a shocking disclosure, as per a Times Now report, former talent manager of Sushant Singh Rajput has revealed that she procured CBD oil for actor Shraddha Kapoor. She also admitted to ordering the CBD oil for Sushant, Rhea Chakraborty, film producer Madhu Mantena as well as for herself. Also, as per reports, while Jaya Saha and Shruti Modi have been summoned by the NCB again today, reports suggest that Jaya is likely to be arrested soon by the NCB because as per the chats that have now been made public, Jaya Saha, along with other managers of a talent company were providing banned substances like ‘CBD oil’, ‘ecstasy pills’, ‘weed’ and ‘marijuana’ to Bollywood actors. Also, the director of the talent management company, too, was summoned by NCB and soon, Deepika Padukone will be summoned by the agency after her name surfaced in drug chats with Jaya.
During her interrogation by the NCB, reports suggest that Jaya Saha, in her statement, revealed that she last spoke to Sushant Singh Rajput on June 5, 2020, about a film and she also said that the late actor liked the script but didn’t agree to the signing amount. Adding, Jaya had reportedly revealed that when she met Sushant Singh Rajput in March 2020, he was not keeping well and that, he had informed her about his depression in December. Notably, in connection with the narcotics angle in Sushant's death, Jaya Saha's name had also surfaced in some text messages with Rhea Chakraborty in which a discussion about putting "four drops" of some substance in somebody's drink had taken place. The message, allegedly sent in late 2019 reads, “Use 4 drops in tea, let him sip it ….Give it 30-40 mins to kick in”. It was later found that the duo was discussing banned drug-- CBD Oil. Jaya Saha will be interrogated for the third day today at NCB office in Mumbai. The other name that has emerged in her chats with Bollywood actors is that of actor Deepika Padukone. Jaya is also likely to be arrested by the NCB on grounds of the incriminating evidence of procurement and supply of drugs, which is illegal as per the NDPS Act.