Actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death case has been getting murkier by the day. While Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has been investigating the case, the late actor's family and Rhea Chakraborty have been indulged in a social media war by sharing WhatsApp messages with him. Now, Sushant's family has issued a 9-page-long hard-hitting letter in which they have talked about the threats they have been receiving and have also alleged that the actor has been murdered.

Written in Hindi, the letter states, "The first daughter had magic, someone came and took her away to a foreign country. The second one played for national cricket team while the third one did a study on the law. The fourth daughter did a diploma in fashion designing. The fifth one was Sushant, who was 'mannat' of his mother. Whole life the family did not take anything from anyone, neither harmed anyone."

While the family hasn't named anyone in the letter, they have said that Sushant's death case has become a farce and many people have been coming forward to talk about the late actor claiming that they were close to him. The family has raised a question whether they will be able to get justice when expensive lawyers and officials are demeaning the seriousness of the case.

Sushant's family lawyer Vikas Singh has also claimed that nobody has seen the actor's body hanging from the fans. Even when his sister Mitu Singh reached his house when he allegedly died by suicide on June 14, she saw him lying on the bed. After the statement, Sushant's flatmate Siddharth Pithani has come under the radar as he was the one who allegedly brought the actor's body down. Without naming anyone, Sushant's family has hinted that Siddharth and Rhea Chakraborty have planned it together.
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