The clip, which is said to have been shot during the NCB drug raid, shows a female officer recovering MDMA pills hidden in what appear to be sanitary pads. These were reported to be the 5gms recovered from Munmun Dhamecha.
In an interview with Times Now, Munmun’s brother, Siddharth, dismissed all allegations and even denied his sister’s drug claims. “This is completely false. All the allegations are wrong.”
When asked if Munmun, a fashion model, was friends with Aryan or co-accused Arbaaz Merchant, he said, “She didn’t know any of them.”
Reacting to the NCB’s claims of a ‘covered international drug trafficking nexus’, Siddharth shot down saying, “Ye sab jhoot hai!”
He also denied accusations of drugs being recovered from his sister’s luggage, saying, “Munmun ke nahi hai woh (recovered drugs). Munmun ke paas hui hi nahi no, woh hi problem hai … floor se hui. ”
Watch his interview below:
VVIP drug bust case: In a #Exclusive conversation with Siddhant TIMES NOW, the brother of the accused Munmun Dhamecha cl… https://t.co/iigZzRbzHT
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Munmun, who belongs to a wealthy family in Madhya Pradesh, was among the many guests invited on the cruise. He was taken into custody last Sunday along with the son of Shah Rukh Khan, Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant, Ismeet Singh, Mohak Jaswal, Gomit Chopra, Nupur Sarika, and Vikrant Chhokar.
According to previous reports, the head of the NCB, Sameer Wankhede told the court that a 6gm charas was found by Arbaaz Merchant and 5gm from Munmun. Reports allege she revealed during the investigation that she had received drugs near the international airport, close to a five-star hotel.