Arjun Rampal Could Get Reportedly Arrested By NCB In Drug Probe If His Evidence Turns Out To Be Fake

According to various reports, Bollywood actor, Arjun Rampal could get arrested by NCB in his drug probe. Find out why!

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Arjun Rampal Could Get Reportedly Arrested By NCB In Drug Probe If His Evidence Turns Out To Be Fake

One of the most stunning and headline-breaker couples of the Bollywood industry, Arjun Rampal and Gabriella Demetriades never skips a moment to drop our jaws with their lovely pictures and videos. It was in April 2019, when Arjun had surprised his fans by sharing a monochrome picture with his pregnant ladylove, Gabriella on his social media handle. On July 18, 2019, Arjun and Gabriella had become proud parents of a baby boy. The lovely couple had named their cotton ball, Arik Rampal. (Recommended Read: Kajal Aggarwal Shares A Glimpse Of Her New Home With Her Husband, Gautam Kitchlu [Video])

However, at the moment, the adorable couple is in big-big trouble, as the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) had found some 'banned tablets' at their home. After which, the two were summoned by the NCB multiple times. But according to the latest reports, Arjun Rampal is in deep trouble as there are chances that he could get arrested for submitting fake evidence to the NCB in his drug probe. 

Arjun Rampal, Gabriella Demetriades and Arik Rampal

According to a report in India Today, it is reported that Bollywood actor, Arjun Rampal has submitted a prescription for the medicines that NCB had recovered from his home. It is stated that NCB is investigating the authentication of Arjun's prescription because the medicines that were recovered from the actor's home come under the NDPS act. Thus a certified prescription by a doctor is needed to buy these medicines. However, if the document turns out to be a fake one, then there are chances that the actor could apparently get arrested by the NCB officials for his involvement in drugs.

As per the sources of India Today, it is reported that the prescription submitted by Arjun Rampal in his drug probe in the context of the medicines that were recovered from his place is a fake one. The actor had prepared the forged prescription by the help of his friend. Moreover, the document was from a backdate, and there are chances that the actor is going to be arrested by the NCB for submitting a fake prescription by a doctor in the probe. For the uninitiated, on November 9, 2020, NCB had done an almost eight-hours long raid at Arjun Rampal's residence in Mumbai and the actor was summoned by the officials for the drug-probe on November 11. (Don't Miss: Karanvir Bohra Shares The First Picture With His Newborn, Reveals Which Is Her Best Sleeping Place)

After which, on November 10, 2020, the NCB had revealed that they've also issued a summon to Arjun's girlfriend, Gabriella Demetriades and had asked her to join the probe. ANI had confirmed the reports in their tweet that could be read as  "Actor Arjun Rampal's girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades summoned by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on November 11. NCB conducted a raid at the premises of Arjun Rampal today & summoned him on November 11 to join the investigation, in connection with a drug-related case." Take a look: (Also Read: Gia Of 'Kal Ho Na Ho', Jhanak Shukla Is The Daughter Of A Famous Actress, Shares Why She Left Acting)

We hope NCB delivers a statement soon on the authenticity of Arjun's prescription!

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