Sushant Singh Rajput Searched For ‘Three’ Items Repeatedly On Google Before His Death, Says Investigating Officer

Mumbai: As per the information from the officer overseeing the probe of death case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, while speaking to one english daily officer said, “Sushant Singh Rajput  had searched on Google three items repeatedly in the week preceding his suicide: his own name in news reports, the name of his former manager Disha Salian who had committed suicide the previous week, and information about a mental illness.
The officer said that on June 14, even a few hours before committing suicide, he had Googled his own name. These details have emerged from forensic reports of his mobile phone and laptop received from the Kalina Forensic Laboratory, the officer said.
Investigators have also obtained bank account details of the actor. ‘All the accounts where money had been transferred were known. The largest transfer was Rs 2.8 crore last year, which was for GST,’ the officer said.
The police also recorded the statement of three psychiatrists and one psychotherapist last month. ‘They confirmed that Rajput had consulted them for treatment. They also told us the medication they had prescribed,’ the officer said.
Further, from the statement of Siddharth Pithani, Rajput’s friend who had been living in the same house, the police came to know that the actor had been prescribed medicines by his doctors. ‘From the prescriptions, and the statement of his friend, cook and caretaker, we found nothing amiss. After he started feeling better, he had stopped taking the medication,’ the officer said.
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