Mumbai: In a major relief to Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty in the Sushant Singh Rajput death-related drug case, a Mumbai Special Court has ordered the de-freezing of her bank account, deposits and return of electronic gadgets like her laptop and mobile.

The development has come more than a year after the Bombay High Court granted Rhea a conditional bail in the sensationalcase.

Hearing her plea seeking de-freezing of bank with the HDFC Bank – frozen vide a NCB notice to the Bank on Sep. 16, 2020 and  return of gadgets like an Apple laptop and an iPhone.

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) had frozen her bank accounts and seized her electronic gadgets as part of the investigations into the Sushant Singh Rajput death-related drug case.

Special NDPS Court Judge D. B. Mane ordered the de-freezing of her bank accounts, after noting that the Prosecution had not opposed the de-freezing of her bank accounts. 

The judge also allowed the return of her electronic gadgets. The court directed Rhea to furnish an indemnity bond of Rs. 100,000.

In her plea, Rhea had urged the court that she needed access to her bank accounts to support herself, her family, pay the salaries of her staff and aides, pay taxes, etc.

Rhea, a live-in friend of the late actor, was arrested by the NCB on September 9 last year for  her role in the circumstances

leading to Sushant’s death. Rhea was in incarceration for 28 days.   

Sushant was found hanging from a ceiling fan in his closed room of his sixth floor duplex flat at Mont Blanc building at Bandra’s Carter Road in north-west Mumbai, on June 14, 2020

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