Malyalam actress case: Actor Dileep's judicial custody extended


Suni's judicial custody was extended till October 10. The court proceedings were completed through videoconferencing.

In the month of July, the Kerala High Court rejected the bail plea of actor Dileep's manager Sunil Raj aka Appunni in connection with the case.

Bail was denied on the grounds that the actor could possibly influence the witnesses in the case.

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Opposing the bail application, the prosecution reiterated their earlier contention that if bail was granted to Dileep, an influential figure, it would adversely affect the investigation. It also argued that if bail was granted to Dileep, chances of him being able to destroy evidences would increase, since he is a premier figure in the Malayalam film industry. The unnamed actress was kidnapped and sexually attacked in a moving auto after which she was dumped on the streets. He is accused of hatching a plot to abduct and assault the actress in a moving vehicle through "prime accused" Pulsar Suni and his associates.

On September 7, one of the accused in the case, director Nadirsha (actor Dileep's friend), approached the Kerala High Court seeking anticipatory bail. Reports also suggest that prosecution claimed that Rs 1.5 crore was offered by Dileep to Pulsar Suni, the main accused, which would be double if Suni got caught. Dileep was arrested on July 10 for allegedly masterminding the attack due to personal vendetta.