"There has been no form of sexual harassment by the swami towards me. Neither when I was a minor nor after I turned 18. These accusations made against the swami are false, and are additions made by the police," the law student wrote in a letter released to the media.
She had also alleged that the police had forced her to comply with their altered version which she "could not read as she doesn't know how to read Malayalam".
In May, Swami Gangeshananda had to be operated on after his genitals were allegedly slashed with a knife. The woman had then told the police that she attacked the swami in self-defence after he had tried to rape her at her home. He was reportedly a frequent visitor to her home as a spiritual guru to her family.
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