Aryan Khan, 23 year old son of Bollywood celebrity Shah Rukh Khan cried inconsolably during the questioning by officials of the Narcotics Control Bureau, reports said.
On October 3, on a Mumbai cruise, Aryan was arrested in a drug bust.
The NCB sources have further said that he used to consume drugs also even during his UK and Dubai stay.
Consuming drugs for 4 years
During the interrogation by the Narcotics Bureau it came to light that Aryan, the eldest son of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan has been taking drugs for the past 4 years, further it was revealed.
Aryan Khan and 7 others were arrested during a drug bust on board the Cordeli cruise off Mumbai coast on Sunday.
Who were arrested?
Others who were arrested are Munmun Dhamecha, Arbaaz Merchant, Gomit Chopra, Nupur Sarika, Ismeet Singh, Mohak Jaswal and Vikrant Chhokar. Aryan Khan and Arbaaz have been friends for almost 15 years.
On October 3, Aryan Khan, Munmun Dhamecha and Arbaaz Merchant were presented before a metropolitan magistrate’s court, which remanded them in NCB custody till October 4.
What are the stuffs obtained in the raid ?
On Sunday, a high-profile raid obtained 13 grams of cocaine, 21 grams of charas, 22 pills of MDMA and 5 grams of MD in all, reported by the NCB. However, The charges brought against the star celebs son include purchase, possession and use of banned substances, it added.
Aryan Khan has been reserved under Sections 27 (punishment for consumption of any narcotic drug or psychotropic substance), 8C (produce, manufacture, possess, sell or purchase of drugs) and other relevant provisions of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS).
Aryan Khan’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde demanded bail, saying that his client had been charged only on the basis of chat messages.
“Aryan had no ticket, no cabin or seat on board the cruise. He was there because he had been invited. He didn’t even have a boarding pass. Nothing has been found on him. He was arrested on the basis of chat only.” The cruise company in a declaration said it had nothing to do with the incident.