The model, who was allegedly raped and molested by IPS officer Sunil Paraskar, on Friday approached the special women's court that had granted the officer anticipatory bail, and requested the court to cancel the same. The model alleged that Paraskar had misused his freedom and sent someone to threaten and bribe her lawyer.
The model's lawyer, advocate Chitra Salunke, claimed that the accused had sent a close aide of his to her residence on Wednesday and had asked her to accept the offer of Rs10 lakh, which Paraskar had allegedly made to Salunke.
The court has asked Paraskar to file his reply on September 1. It has also accepted Salunke's application made to the Chembur police, where she had registered a complaint regarding Wednesday's incident, and asked the Chembur police to file their say on the same.
Salunke, while addressing the court presided over by special judge Vrushali Joshi, also said she has footage as well as video recordings of her conversation with the man who had come to her house, which would corroborate her complaint.
"(The) Accused has been graciously granted anticipatory bail by the court. But, unfortunately, instead of appreciating (it), the accused had misused the same and his freedom to send the advocate of the complainant offers of money along with threat to life. This has clearly caused a breach of condition of ABA," read the application filed by Salunke.
Meanwhile, the court has rejected the model's perjury application against Paraskar for allegedly revealing incorrect information about her on July 25 while seeking interim protection.