Earlier, according to the police, when the incident had happened, the woman had said that she chopped off the genitals of the godman in anger after he had raped her several times in the past, even when she was a minor and tried the same again on the day the incident happened.
But in the letter by her, which has been submitted in court by the defence lawyer, she wrote, "There has been no form of sexual harassment by the swamiji towards me. Neither when I was a minor or when I turned 18. The accusation of swamiji sexually harassing me at 16 and 17 years is false and an addition made among the other additions by police people." The woman has confirmed to NDTV that the letter has been written and sent by her to the swami's advocate.
The woman in her letter has also alleged that she was forced by the police to comply by their "made up" version and that she could not read the statements rewritten and altered by police, since she doesn't know how to read Malayalam. Police sources say they are looking at asking the court for permission to conduct lie-detection test on the woman.