Dileep is now likely to approach the Kerala High Court for bail.
Kochi: If a report submitted by the cops before the Angamali Judicial First Class Magistrate is to be believed, either Pulsar Suni or his aide had handed over the visuals to Dileep and a subsequent dispute over payment resulted in the blackmail and arrest of the actor. He was produced before the court as his police custody was scheduled to end by 5 pm.
On Friday, a huge crowd had gathered in front of the court premises and booed the actor just like they did on the previous days. Later he was sent to Aluva Sub Jail.
The court rejected Dileep's bail petition despite the police not seeking an extension of custody. Earlier, in its application, the prosecution sought police custody of the actor for three more days saying it was necessary for carrying out the investigation in the case, as per PTI. Dileep has been remanded till July 25. The special prosecutor recalled the actor's statements and reactions before his arrest which apparently preyed on the victim.
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The police made a decision to arrest Dileep based on 19 pieces of evidence that they were able to gather in connection with the abduction of the young actress on 17 February when she was travelling from Thrissur to Kochi by road.
Dileep's advocate claimed that the actor was being framed in the case.
Police reportedly conducted a search in the house of Dileep in search of the mobile phones.
Breaking her silence on July 13, the actress had expressed the hope that truth would come out in the case.