Malayalam actress assault: Kerala HC rejects actor Dileep's bail plea again

Malayalam actress assault: Kerala HC rejects actor Dileep's bail plea again

Malayalam actress assault: Kerala HC rejects actor Dileep's bail plea again

This is the third time since Dileep's arrest on July 10 in the case of abduction and assault of a Malayalam actress that his bail plea has been denied.

They also presented a sealed envelope with evidence suggesting the involvement of Dileep in the abduction case.

The court did not consider Dileep's contention that the case was a fabricated one to destroy his film career.

In his recent plea, Dileep's counsel had mentioned that the scenario has changed as the evidence has been found.

The court had dismissed his bail application on July 24 after finding that the investigation in the case was progressing and the mobile phone, stated by the prosecution as a key evidence in the case, had not been recovered.

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Police have claimed that the conspiracy to abduct and assault the actress and film the act was hatched by Malayalam actor Dileep and Pulsar Suni. Earlier, the hearing on the fresh bail plea had concluded on Wednesday last.

In his second bail plea, the petitioner has submitted that he has been wrongly implicated. Dileep will continue in Aluva sub jail.

The 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 and later escaped in a busy area here.

Meanwhile, the police maintained that there were witnesses to prove that Dileep and the prime accused Pulsar Suni had met at hotel Abad Plaza on March 14, 2013. After nearly two hours, she was dumped near the house of director-turned-actor Lal, who informed the police.

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