Kerala Actor Sex Assault Case: Second Special Public Prosecutor Quits - 2nd In A Year
The first one had quit just days after the Kerala High Court rejected the survivor's plea to change the trial court judge.
The new Special Public Prosecutor appointed in the 2017 case of a Kerala actor's kidnapping and sexual assault has quit. This is the second time, in almost a year, that a special public prosecutor has resigned from the high-profile case. The first one had quit just days after the Kerala High Court rejected the survivor's plea to change the trial court judge.
The case is at a crucial stage of hearing with the Kerala High Court's February 16 deadline to end the case - after the second extension of six months - nearing.
In February 2017, a woman actor was allegedly kidnapped and sexually abused on her way to Kochi for work. The accused had allegedly filmed the crime. Malayalam movie star Dileep, the eighth accused in the case, was arrested in July 2017 and released two months later on bail.
He was charged with conspiracy to kidnap and molest the actress inside her car.
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