Jiah Khan's mother alleges Salman Khan tried influencing probe in actress's death - Mumbai News
Updated Jun 17, 2020
"What happened with Sushant, has reminded me of 2015 when I went to meet CBI officer who had called me down from London. He said please come, we have found some incriminating evidence. I land up over there and he says, ‘Oh, by the way, Salman Khan calls me every day and says he has invested a lot of money, please don't harass the boy, please don't interrogate him, don't touch him. So what can we do, madam?' He was annoyed, he looked frustrated," Rabia said in a video on Spotboye.
"My condolences to Sushant Singh's family. It is very heartbreaking, it is not a joke. Bollywood has to change, Bollywood has to wake up. Bollywood has to completely demolish bullying. I have to say bullying is also kind of killing somebody," she added.
Rabia continued: "If this is what is going to happen that you are going to pressurise and use your money and power to sabotage deaths and investigations, then I don't know where we citizens can go to."
Jiah committed suicide at her residence in Mumbai in 2013. She was 25. Her alleged boyfriend Sooraj was charged with a case of abetment to Jiah's suicide.
Sushant was found hanging at his residence on June 14. He was known for films like "Kedarnath", "Chhichhore" and "MS Dhoni: The Untold Story". He is survived by his father and four elder sisters.