During the conversation with his wife, the player reportedly claimed that a man would come home to drop some money which was his "hard-unearned money". The cricketer asked wife to "mind her own business" while she asked how he got so much money.
The police also found that Chandila had bought a pair of jeans and a watch worth Rs 2.5 lakh. He was learnt to have bought gadgets, thrown parties by the money paid to him by bookies. According to sources, bookies also had arranged women for Chandila at least for three occasions.
According to police sources, the cops have been trying to get CCTV footage from shops where Chandila spent money to buy things. Once they get that footage, it will be considered evidence as well.
Meanwhile, reports emerged saying bookies might have made MMS of Chandila and other cricketers and the MMS were allegedly used to blackmail them.
Sreesanth, Chandila and Ankeet Chavan were arrested for spot-fixing during their team's matches and received up to Rs 60 lakh for conceding runs in one over as per arrangements with bookies. The players were suspended by the BCCI.
It was also alleged that Sreesanth was found along with a girl in his hotel room at the time of his arrest on Thursday, May 16. It was also reported that another player, not involved in spot fixing, also availed the escort service provided by the bookies.