Drugs on cruise case: Srk’s manager Pooja Dadlani, paid money to save Aryan from the arrest.
Mumbai: Super star’s Shah Rukh Khan’s 23 year old son, Aryan might be out of jail on a bail in the drugs on cruise case, but the controversies are not seeming to seep down, and the new twists and turns are raging up every day related to this case. According to the reports, Sam D’Souza is one such individual who has been mentioned in the affidavit, which has been submitted by Prabhakar Sahil, a witness to Cruise in a drugs case. He has claimed that the manager of Shah Rukh Khan, Pooja Dadlani had managed to pay money to save Khan’s 23 year old son to prevent him from getting arrested. But in return the money was returned as it was realized that it is not possible. D’Souza has claimed that Dadlani had handed 50 lakhs, to KP Gosavi along with the other witnesses involved in the case. But as soon as he realized that Gosavi was a “Cheat” he had asked him to return that huge amount to her.
During a TV channel interview, D’Souza said that, “after much abuse and pressure, we managed to recover Rs 38 lakh from Gosavi, the rest we contributed and paid back to Dadlani and we understood that Gosavi was a cheat.” D’Souza even went on to clarify that Gosavi had saved Sail’s phone number as ‘SW’ and told him that he was under pressure from ‘SW’ (Sameer Wankhede). But, through the Truecaller app, D’Souza realised it was Sail’s number. D’Souza even claimed that he had nothing to do with the October 2 raid, D’souza said he got a call from one Sunil Patil on October1, who claimed to have some information about the party onboard the cruise ship the next day. “Patil asked me to connect him to the NCB. Hence, I called up Gosavi and connected the duo.”
D’Souza said in the interview that he had agreed to help Gosavi once he heard that there were no drugs found from Aryan and following that he had sent a message to Dadlani through a contact, “I never absconded. I will file an affidavit in a day or two as unknown people have been calling me and visiting my house impersonating police and issuing threats,” he said.
Sail, during the affidavit went on to mention that Savi, Dadlani and D’Souza, and caught up on the early hours of 3rd of October, at the Lower Parel. Sail, bodyguard to Gosavi, dropped him to his Vashi residence. Gosavi later asked Sail to pick up money from outside a hotel in Tardeo. A person arrived in a car and gave Sail two bags, which he took to D’Souza at Trident Hotel. D’Souza counted the money and said it was only Rs 38 lakh, the affidavit stated. Sail claimed to have overheard a conversation where Gosavi and others discussed demanding Rs 25 crore, of which Rs 8 crore was to be paid to NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede.
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