Sushant Rajput's sister hits back at Rhea: You are so done

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Rhea, Shweta Singh [Instagram]
Rhea, Shweta Singh [Instagram]

New Delhi : Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Shweta disproved his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty after the actor, in an interview to NDTV, accused his family of not being around him when he was fighting depression. 

"Family was always there standing rock solid for him," Shweta Singh Kirti tweeted in a series of angry tweets.

Kirti accused Rhea of using the media to destroy the image of her brother and accusing him of drug use to save herself. 

"January was the time when Bhai made a SOS call to Rani Di, he was drugged, confined and isolated. Soon after he reached Chandigarh there were 25 calls made by Rhea in less than 2-3 days time frame. WHY??What was the urgency to call him back!!, she tweeted using #ArrestRheaNow.

"The worst part was I didn't even get to meet him coz by the time I reached, Bhai had already left Chandigarh because of the constant pestering calls of Rhea and some work commitments. Family was always there standing rock solid for him," she further tweeted using #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput #Godiswithus.

"I wish Bhai would have never met that girl at all!! Drugging someone without his consent and then convincing him that you are not well, taking him to the psychiatrists... what level of manipulation is this!! How will you ever redeem your soul!!! You are so done!!," she added.

Rhea Chakraborty is at the centre of investigations in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. On Thursday, the actor told NDTV that the only part of his life she tried to control was to curb his drug use.

"It is extremely hurtful that someone going through a loss doesn't understand what this could be doing to me. I loved his son, is there no humanity? I looked after his son. At least have the humanity, respect his love for me, even if you don't like me as his girlfriend."

The CBI and Enforcement Directorate are investigating the case. The Narcotics Control Bureau has also stepped in, over allegations of drug dealing.