Sushant Singh Rajput’s Psychiatrist Reveals His State Of Mind: CBI inquiries are continuing with people involved in the case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. Till now many people have been questioned in this matter. On Thursday, Sushant Singh Rajput’s psychiatrist Suzanne Walker has revealed the statement she made to the Mumbai Police after the actor’s death. Suzanne Walker told the police a lot about Sushant Singh Rajput’s mental condition & his depression.
According to media reports, Suzanne Walker told the Mumbai Police that Sushant Singh Rajput was given an appointment on November 4, 2019. Dr. Walker asked him to come and meet her at his clinic but Shruti canceled the appointment the same day. Subsequently, on November 7, Rhea Chakraborty contacted Dr. Suzanne Walker via WhatsApp and sought help for Sushant Singh Rajput.
Dr. Suzanne Walker told the Mumbai Police in her statement that she asked Rhea if Sushant was feeling suicidal, Riya said
“Yes and he is getting his treatment from Dr. Nikita Shah right now.”
Dr. Suzanne Walker said in her statement.
The doctor said in the statement that Rajput told her he was not getting enough sleep, and had no appetite. He also said he didn’t “like anything in life now”, and that he didn’t “wish to live”, and was “afraid all the time”.
The second psychiatrist told the police that Sushant Singh Rajput had all the symptoms of bipolar disorder, and that “on a scale of 1 to 10 for anxiety, his mental condition had reached 9 or 10” at the time of their first consultation in last November. The statement also added that while the actor was aware of the disease all along, he would stop the medication as soon as his condition improved.
The Late actor’s ex-girlfriend Rhea had made an appointment for herself with the other psychiatrist for June 8, but canceled it saying Sushant’s condition had deteriorated since he had stopped taking medicines, and that his family members were coming to stay with him.
According to the doctor, Sushant bipolar disease might have relapsed since he had stopped taking medicines.