Sushant Singh Rajput, Rhea Chakraborty's controversial Italy trip: Unseen pictures leaked online
First Published 29, Sep 2020, 5:09 PM
Pictures of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty shopping together in Capri have surfaced on social media and have gone viral
A few weeks age, Rhea Chakraborty in an interview spoke for the first time about Sushant Singh Rajput and her relationship with him. During the interview with India Today, Rhea brought up an interesting point in reference to a hotel in Florence, central Italy.
Last year, in October the couple was on a Europe trip, which has also been discussed to media and is at the centre of the late actor's death case.
Sushant's cook Neeraj Singh told Bihar Police that the actor was sick after he returned from the Europe trip with Rhea. During the candid interview, Rhea said that she got to know about Rajput's mental illness during their Europe trip.
Pictures of them shopping in Capri, Italy have surfaced on social media. In the photos, Sushant can be seen coming out of a shop as Rhea follows him.
In Rhea said, during their stay at a hotel in Italy named Palazzo Magnani Feroni, Sushant's health worsened, and he also suffered panic attacks. Rhea asked him to change hotels, but the actor wanted to stay there.
She stated, "In Switzerland, he was fine. He was energetic. When we reached Italy, we stayed at a Gothic hotel, which we didn't know at the time of booking. In our room, there was a dome-like structure, which I didn't like. I asked him to change our hotel, but he insisted on staying there. He told me that there was something there and he felt it. I told him that it's a bad dream as I thought that people get such ideas in such places. But he insisted on staying in that hotel despite me telling him to change it. His health deteriorated there, and he started having anxiety attacks. When I asked him what is happening, he told me that in 2013, he had a depressive episode and met a psychiatrist called Haresh Shetty. He told me that the same doctor advised him to take Modafinil, [the medicine that] he took on the flight. He told me that he was fine after that. But after that he was feeling more depressed and anxious. Then we cut short the trip and returned."