Sex swami speaks to man who filmed him

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Sex swami speaks to man who filmed him

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Bangalore:  Lenin Karuppan, a close aide and ex-driver of Swami Nityananda, who owned up to filming the swami's alleged romp with Ranjitha, can now become a swami himself.

However, to earn the coveted title, Karuppan will have to abide to what his ex-master says.

According to sources, Swami Nityananda has allegedly called up Karuppan, who's believed to be in Tamil Nadu, to strike a deal. (Read: Swamis in scandals - What keeps the faith?)

In a telephonic conversation lasting 30 minutes, Nityananda reportedly asked Karuppan to take his complaint back. Moreover, the disgraced swami has assured Karuppan of complying with some of his demands and has allegedly offered him a significant position in his spiritual empire, which includes the status of a swami in one of the branches of his ashram -- Dhyanapeetham. It's believed that Dhyanapeetham has 33 branches across the globe with loaded assets.

During the conversation, Karuppan is understood to have told Nityananda that he was his sincere and dedicated disciple. However, he was hurt, as Nityananda ignored him and slept around with women. As Karuppan was apprehensive of being attacked, he had sought protection from the swami, which Nityananda agreed to in his letter.

However, sources close to the ashram revealed that it would not be easy for Karuppan to help the swami.

"Karuppan is not in a position to help Nityananda. To save himself from further disgrace, the swami will have to take all his opponents into his fold. It will be a difficult task for the swami and, right now, he seems to be really helpless," said a source.

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