Sushant was Suffering from Bipolar Disorder claims Sushant Moffat Walker his Therapist

After Sushant's family has filed an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty on the same hand we have heard the story reach an extremely different end where Sushant's therapist called Rhea his motherly-figure support that was with his during his severe depression.

A new update has come out on Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide case. Where Susan who is Shushant's therapist broke her silence and said that it was her duty to do so.

Adding she said that there were larger sections of media that were saying would not have been heard.

She mentioned that she has met Sushant for various sessions with his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty in Nov 2019. And was in contact with her in June just a week before the talented actor committed suicide.

Susan had told the media that Sushant was suffering from Bipolar disorder and it was on a serious level which she calls depression and hyper mania. 

Susan speaks "Sushant was suffering from bipolar disorder. Symptoms of which can include major anxiety, severe depression, and sometimes disordered thinking and paranoid.

Mental illness is not different from cancer or diabetes. It can affect anyone regardless of class etc. People with mental illness in their families need to feel safe from discrimination. So that they can get the treatment, support, and acceptance they need. There is no shame in having a mental illness.

She also added "mental illness can be treated. Sushant was suffering terribly from depression and Rhea was his constant support. I was impressed when I  saw them as a couple for the first time".

Susan has told that Rhea took care of his appointments and encouraged him to attend the appointments. He was dependent on Rhea like a mother figure as she really took care of him. Sushant's therapist is also shocked by seeing the kind of treatment Rhea is getting on social media.

It was tough for her too to see his closest one suffering from severe mental illness. There is no doubt that Rhea was his constant support. She is a deeply caring and sensitive person.

Susan Walkers said that the "misinformation and the conspiracy theories made it my duty to make a statement".