Mr India-turned-bodybuilder and model Manoj Patil tried to commit suicide in the past and the news has shocked everyone. In fact, Manoj tried to kill himself by taking sleeping pills at his Oshiwara house last Thursday morning, though he is fine now. Manoj reportedly left a suicide note in which he wrote the name of film actor Sahil Khan before committing suicide. In fact, last Thursday, Manoj had alleged that 'Sahil had been mentally harassing him for a long time and was cyberbullying.' Manoj Cooper is currently admitted to the hospital and his family has registered a case against Sahil.
On the other hand, Sahil Khan has now reacted to the allegations. Sahil recently held a press conference with the media and has taken his stand. He said, "If a complaint has been lodged against me, I will accept whatever action the Mumbai Police takes against me. I think I should be punished if I am wrong. But if I am not wrong, it is a big racket disclose it. Support the truth, bring out the truth. Someone killed himself and accused me. When it was wrongly diverted, I thought I should come forward and I would go to the police station. I will prove the truth.'' He also said, "I met a boy named Raj Faujdar through a social networking site. He is from Delhi. He had made a video that Manoj Patil took Rs 2 lakh from him and sold him expired steroids. He then has heart and skin problems. Faujdar has all the bills and receipts for financial transactions. Faujdar wanted social media support in the matter and that is why I shared videos on my social media accounts and appealed to others to support him.''
He further said, "I said that the steroid racket should be closed. Faujdar said Manoj Patil was not returning his money. Faujdar had sold his motorcycle to arrange money. I am surprised that Patil did not mention Raj's name in his suicide note nor did he mention the whole incident. I have only supported that boy and stood up against selling steroids. Because it is a crime in our country. What would have happened if the boy had died after consuming expired steroids? He said it could be a publicity stunt with a communal angle. I have no direct connection in this matter.''