Malayalam actress abduction: Police claims Dileep received assault clip

Malayalam actress abduction: Police claims Dileep received assault clip

Dileep's advocates can file a bail petition in higher courts but the actor will have to spend the weekend in Aluva sub-jail.

Objecting strongly against granting bail to the arrested actor, the special prosecutor argued in the court that Dileep can potentially destroy the evidence if he is granted bail. At the same time, the police also say that Dileep is no longer co-perating with the investigation. He waved at the people before boarding the police van.

The court rejected Dileep's bail petition despite the police not seeking an extension of custody. Yesterday, the court had extended his police custody till today. The prosecution also pointed out there has already been an organised move on social media platforms, supporting the actor.

Although the prime accused, Pulsar Suni, was nabbed by the police within a few days, there was suspicion that the crime had a conspiracy behind it.

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Dileep's advocate claimed that the actor was being framed in the case. The police had searched for these phones at Dileep's residence and offices in recent weeks. This is what is prompting the police to arrest Appunni. Dileep was arrested on July 10 and remanded to 14-days of judicial custody.

The popular actress, who has worked in Tamil and Telugu films, was abducted and allegedly molested inside her auto for two hours by the accused, who had forced their way into the vehicle on February 17 and later escaped in a busy area here.

The actor was arrested on Monday for allegedly hiring a gang of goons to attack a fellow actress due to personal grudge.

Breaking her silence on July 13, the actress had expressed the hope that truth would come out in the case.

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