Bollywood actor Sahil Khan is facing legal trouble. When his name cropped up in the attempted suicide of model and bodybuilder Manoj Patil. According to media reports, Mumbai Police has confirmed that a case has been registered against Sahil Khan and three others for abetting Manoj Patil’s suicide. Earlier, Patil’s family had revealed that the bodybuilder had filed a complaint against Sahil Khan at the Oshiwara police station in Mumbai, stating that he was being harassed by the actor.
Took 2 lakh rupees
After his name was dragged into the controversy, Sahil held a press conference in which he said that the whole matter is between Manoj and a person named Raj Faujdar. I met a guy named Raj Faujdar on a social networking site. He is from Delhi and he made a video that Manoj Patil took 2 lakh rupees from him and sold him expired steroids after which he also got some problems of heart and skin.
He is running a drug racket
The Faujdar has all the bills and receipts for the financial transactions. He wanted his support in social media, so I posted his video on my social media platform and asked people to support Faujdar. I also said that the steroid racket must stop. Faujdar had said that Manoj Patil was not returning his money. He had also sold his bike to arrange the money. Sahil also said that he will also take legal action. He accused Manoj that he is running a drug racket and everything is fake in the suicide note.
Manoj is undergoing treatment in the hospital
Manoj Patil had attempted suicide on Thursday morning at his Oshiwara residence by consuming sleeping pills. The incident took place between 12.30 pm and 1 am at Patil’s home in Saila Bhawan, after which his family members took him to Cooper Hospital. Presently he is undergoing treatment in the hospital.
He used to promote my product
Sahil told that Manoj was in my contact for some time and used to work for me, for which I used to give him 10 thousand rupees. He used to promote my product by sharing it with his social media account.
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