Dileep Arrest Case: Actor's Bail Denied By Kerala High Court

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Dileep's counsel had also asked why the actress didn't say any word about his alleged involvement in the crime. The police remand report had mentioned that Dileep's answers to some questions indicate clearly that he had demanded "original" video of the attacked actress. As of now, no names have been divulged.

The actor, arrested on July 10, moved the high court for bail after an Angamaly magisterial court refused to grant him the relief and sent him to judicial custody till July 25.

The court added that the accused is influential and likely to tamper with evidence if granted bail at this stage. The High court then had withheld its judgement only to announce on Monday that the bail has been rejected.

As the investigation unfolds, it has come to light that Dileep had set the wheels of a revenge crime in motion against the victim, also a noted actor in the Kerala film industry.

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As per police reports, Dileep, who was arrested on charges of criminal conspiracy, is believed to be the mastermind behind the entire abduction and alleged molestation drama that unfolded on February 17 this year. However, the Kerala HC's observation that there is prima facie evidence against Dileep, has already damaged his career as an actor. Thus he has to continue at the Aluva Sub-Jail till further orders. The actor had repeatedly claimed that he was innocent and that he would claim his innocence.

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.

The complaint was filed by Karumalloor gram panchayat president alleging that the actor encroached on a puramboke land. There is cogent, clinging, direct, indirect, circumstantial, and scientific evidence to establish that Dileep had conspired with Suni.

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