After Dia Mirza's name emerges in drugs scandal, actress slams 'false news'; says 'never consumed narcotics'

After Dia Mirza’s name emerges in drugs scandal, actress slams ‘false news’; says ‘never consumed narcotics’

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life has opened a can of worms which as soon as once more throws a highlight on the underbelly of medicine within the showbiz world. After Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor, one other surprising title to have emerged is that of actress-producer Dia Mirza. However, the actress has outrightly denied all of those allegations, calling it ‘false information’.

According to sources, Dia’s title was been revealed by drug peddlers Anuj Keshwani and Ankush through the NCB investigation. The actress’s title is talked about in FIR no. 16/20.

It has been learnt that Dia Mirza’s supervisor used to rearrange for medication and gave it to the actress. In 2019, medication have been procured by her supervisor, who even met the peddlers a few times. The NCB can summon actress Dia Mirza quickly within the medication conspiracy. 

Denying all of those allegations, Dia Mirza took to Twitter and slammed it. She wrote: 

Earlier, explosive WhatsApp chats courting October 2017 between Deepika Padukone and her supervisor Karishma reveal the drug alternate operating easily in Bollywood and the way! This explicit chat which has been accessed now’s associated to October 28, 2017, when there was a Halloween get together at posh Mumbai membership known as Koko. 

Soon, Deepika Padukone, who’s at present in Goa capturing for a challenge, could be summoned by the investigating company. 


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