Did Aryan Khan Defecate At Airport? Here’s Everything You Should Know About Facadeവിനോദം
An old video has been surfaced on the Internet in which a person urinating at the airport can be seen. There are speculations if he is Aryan Khan. Read on to know more
Aryan Khan is the son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan who, was nabbed by the NCB in a drug case. After the Bombay High Court granted him bail, he was set free to step out of the Arthur Jail Road. Now, a video of him has gone viral on social media in which some shocking happenings of the star kid are seen.
In the viral video, a person can be seen urinating in an open passage at the airport. Isn’t this shocking? You will be more shocked to hear that there are speculations that the alleged person was Aryan Khan. There were rumours that the star kid was drunk and in that state he defecated at the airport. The video also features a man in a red uniform stopping the alleged person from doing so.
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Amid all the rumours and speculations, let us clarify that the alleged person was not Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan. Yes, he was Twilight fame Canadian actor named Bronson Pelletier. According to the reports, it happened back in 2012, when the actor was travelling from an airplane. He was found to be drunk and was asked to leave the flight. Post which he defecated at the Los Angeles airport.
Bronson Pelletier was also arrested by the officials after his deeds at the airport. Furthermore, he was sent to jail for 2 years. However, its a sigh of release for SRK and Aryan Khan fans as the person is not the star kid. Aryan made headlines in the year 2021 for his drug case.
The NCB officials had put him in jail on October 3 and he spent nearly a month there itself. Aryan Khan’s bail was rejected twice by the court and then finally the HC granted him bail on October 28. Later, on October 30, the star kid was set to step out of the jail and walk back home. Now, he is currently at his home and following the bail conditions.