Sushant Singh Rajput vikas singh life insurance

Sushant Singh Rajput’s family lawyer Vikas Singh in a recent media interaction refuted several reports related to the death case doing around for the past few days. The late actor’s family lawyer slammed certain media reports which had stated that Sushant’s family won’t benefit from his life insurance policy if it is proved that he committed suicide. Vikas has clarified that there’s no such insurance policy at all.


Refuting all such claims about Sushant’s life insurance policy, Vikas in a press conference said, “There are suggestions being given by media by some channels that Sushant had a life insurance policy and the money will not be given to the family if it was a suicide. It is being suggested that the family would not be given money if Sushant had committed suicide and it is for this reason, the suicide theory was later changed to abetment to suicide or murder. This is a lie being spread by the channels and Sushant had no life insurance.”

The senior lawyer also said that they will be forced to take action if channels run such malicious campaign against the late actor’s family. Vikas went on to state that Sushant started having mental problems after Rhea entered his life. And that Rhea never informed the actor’s family about his medical condition and the kind of treatment he was being given.

“The FIR also states that Rhea never disclosed to Sushant’s family that what was the kind of medical treatment being meted out to him. The sister of Sushant, who was also taking medicines for anxiety, sent him a prescription. In spite of what has been said in FIR, it’s being carried by some media channels that his family knew about his depression and concealed it. It is an earnest appeal of the family please do not add to the sufferings of a bereaved family by spreading canards,” the lawyer added.

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