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Sushant Singh Rajput’s Therapist Upturns Narrative Demonizing Rhea Chakraborty



Sushant Singh Rajput’s Therapist Upturns Narrative Demonizing Rhea Chakraborty 10

In a  shocking  turn of event  in the Sushant Singh Rajput case, a mental counsellor Susan  Walker Moffat  has gone on-record to state that  the actor  was mentally unwell.

Ms Moffat states, “Sushant was suffering from bipolar disorder, a severe mental illness that can be crippling for an individual during an episode.”

She  goes  on to give the  much-beleaguered Rhea Chakraborty a clean  chit  stating that Rhea  looked  after Sushant  like  a mother.

 While the  revelations  about Sushant’s mental health are nothing new the timing  of  the  disclosure  appears highly questionable. At a time when Rhea Chakraborty’s arrest is being loudly whispered  about  this  seems  like  an  attempt to whitewash  Rhea’s rapidly  demonized image.

Also  the  dominant narrative  on  Sushant’s tragic death  stresses that he  was  not mentally  disturbed. His family has gone  as far as  to say that Sushant  was  fine until his relationship with  Rhea . However  Ms  Moffat’s  new revelation  puts  an  entirely new spin  on  the  controversy. 

 If  it is true  that Sushant suffered  from bipolar  illness, as  Ms  Moffat claims, why is his  family not willing to acknowledge  the  illness?  Conversely, is Ms Moffat  qualified  to comment  on Sushant’s mental health? If she is,  isn’t this  revelation  a massive violation  of  the  patient-doctor  confidentiality clause?

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