Sandalwood drugs case: Anushree will start new drama to avoid arrest says Sambargi


Team Udayavani, Oct 3, 2020, 1:41 PM IST

Bengaluru: Businessman and social activist Prashanth Sambaragi, who has already made many claims in connection with the Sandalwood drugs case, has made another claim on television host Anushree.

In a social media post, Sambargi stated that to avoid being arrested, Anushree will claim being infected by COVID-19.

Sambargi also stated in a tweet that till now Anushree’s ‘sugar daddy’ was preventing her from being arrested but cannot any more.

He did not reveal the identity of the person whom he alleged to be Anushree’s sugar daddy.

On Friday, October 2, Anushree posted a video on her Facebook account in which she stated that she does not become guilty or accused for going to the CCB’s office and was pained by the way she was being portrayed in this case.

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