Shanmukh Jaswanth: Bigg Boss Runner-up Arrest

Shanmukh Jaswanth: Bigg Boss Runner-up and YouTuber Caught with Ganja; Police Detain

In a shocking turn of events, Shanmukh Jaswanth, renowned YouTuber and runner-up of Bigg Boss 5, has been apprehended by the police for possession of ganja. The incident occurred at the residence of his brother, Santap Vinay, following a complaint lodged by a young woman regarding a love affair.

Narsingh police arrived at Sampath Vinay’s house in response to the complaint filed by the woman, alleging deceit in love. It was during this investigation that Shanmukh Jaswanth was found smoking marijuana, leading to his immediate detention along with his brother.

The saga unfolds further as details emerge about Sampath Vinay’s tumultuous romantic history. Reportedly, he had been involved with a woman from Andhra Pradesh for a decade, even getting engaged three years ago. However, recent events revealed that he had married another woman, prompting the aggrieved ex-lover to seek legal recourse.

Shanmukh Jaswanth, known for his stint in the popular Surya Web Series and subsequent rise to fame as a YouTuber, entered the Bigg Boss house amid much fanfare. His commendable performance endeared him to the audience, securing him the position of the show’s runner-up. However, this latest controversy adds a tarnish to his otherwise illustrious career.

This is not the first brush with the law for Shanmukh Jaswanth, as he has previously faced legal troubles in a hit-and-run case. The authorities detained him for driving under the influence of alcohol, marking a pattern of concerning behavior.

The arrest in connection with ganja possession has sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry, leaving fans and well-wishers dismayed. As the investigation unfolds, Shanmukh Jaswanth’s future hangs in the balance, amidst mounting scrutiny and public outcry.

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