Sherlyn Chopra says Bollywood Wives took Cocaine at SRK’s Party

Following Aryan Khan’s arrest, Sherlyn Chopra has claimed that she saw Bollywood wives snorting cocaine at a party hosted by SRK.

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"I understood what kind of parties happen in Bollywood.”

Amid the Aryan Khan case, Sherlyn Chopra reshared one of her previous interviews on social media.

In the video, she claimed that she saw the wives of various Bollywood stars snorting cocaine at a Kolkata Knight Riders party that was hosted by Shah Rukh Khan.

Shortly after the tragic death of Sushant Singh Rajput in June 2020, Sherlyn had said:

“When I started getting tired and sweating while dancing, I went to the washroom and opened the washroom door.

“When I opened the door, what I saw shocked me.

“It got me thinking. I wondered if I had reached the wrong place.

“But I was there. There the stars’ wives were standing in front of the mirror and taking a white powder, which we usually call cocaine.”

She went on to say: “I was shocked when suddenly such a scene came in front of me. I smiled at him and thought it better to ignore him.

“I saw that everyone was chilling in their way. I singled out everyone there.

“After meeting Shah Rukh Khan and his friends, I bid farewell and left from there.

“That day I understood what kind of parties happen in Bollywood.”

The reposted interview attracted a lot of attention and netizens interacted with Sherlyn’s post.

Many praised her and said that more people will come forward and expose the prominence of drugs within Bollywood.

Previously, Sherlyn Chopra had claimed that she was forced to take drugs.

She had revealed: “Yes, initially, I was forced to snort but I never dared to try drugs as I was already struggling to quit smoking, which I eventually quit in Oct 2017 after having been a chain smoker for several years.”

The Aryan Khan case is ongoing, with his mobile phone and others seized for forensic examination.

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) had told the court that “shocking and incriminating” evidence was found in Aryan’s WhatsApp chats that indicated that he had links to an “international drugs racket”.

It was also alleged that conversations about payment methods and code words were also found.

Aryan Khan and 10 others were arrested following a raid on a cruise ship. They had been at a party.

The ship was set to leave for Goa with around 1,300 passengers.

In court, Aryan’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde said that his client was invited to the party. He also said that no drugs were found in Aryan’s possession.

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