Actor Unni Mukundan's request to have the sexual harassment lawsuit against him dropped rejected by the HC

Actor Unni Mukundan's appeal to the Kerala High Court on Tuesday to have the FIR lodged against him in a case of alleged sexual assault dropped was denied.
The actor was accused of disrespecting a female screenplay writer's modesty in 2017, and the court let the lower court trial procedures against him to go through. Unni Mukundan's request for Justice K Babu to dismiss the charges against him was denied.
The lady refuted accusations that she consented to an out-of-court settlement, and the High Court then revoked the stay it had previously imposed on the actor's trial proceedings.
The court had said that it is a “very serious” concern if the stay order was obtained by filing a fake affidavit. Mukundan is being represented by Saiby Jose Kidangoor, who is being investigated for allegedly using bribes to resolve court matters.

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