Amid Rhea Chakraborty’s NCB arrest, her 2009 tweet on narcotics trafficking goes viral

Rhea Chakraborty was sent on a 14-day judicial custody following her arrest by the Narcotics Central Bureau.

Actress Rhea Chakraborty has been sent to 14-day judicial custody following the rejection of her bail plea. The actress was arrested by the Narcotics Central Bureau (NCB) on Tuesday for allegedly procuring drugs for late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Previously, her brother Show Chakraborty and other drug peddlers were taken into custody.

While Rhea Chakraborty has been asked to appeal before a session’s court for her next bail hearing, Twitter has unearthed some old tweets by the actress that talk about narcotics trafficking.

In a 2009 tweet, the actress is seen talking about stepping out of a weird and scary story of an Indian girl who served a jail sentence for four and a half years on charges of drug trafficking.

She wrote, ‘just stepped out of a weird scary engrossing story of an Indian girl ….who served 4 n a half year jail sentence for narcotics trafficking,’

Check out her post here:

Netizens who have been celebrating Rhea Chakraborty’s arrest since Tuesday are having a ball with this new tweet. Many users have taken to social media to give humorous reactions to her tweet following her arrest. While one called her “time traveler” stating that she went back to the past to warn herself, another one wrote, “Who knew… Rhea was talking about herself.”

Meanwhile the NCB had earlier issued a statement stating that if at all Rhea appeals for bail, they will oppose it because they feel the interrogation and evidence are enough to arrest her. “Whatever she has told us during interrogation is sufficient for her arrest. We will be opposing all bail petitions. Persons in NCB custody presently, 4 of them, their remanding plea is ending tomorrow. We will be opposing all bail pleas. We are satisfied with the interrogation,” Dy DG Jain told the media on Tuesday evening.

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