Although the video is posted on Youtube, access is currently disabled with a pop-up which says that the site cannot display it due to its extreme pornographic content. TV channels couldn’t air the video either owing to a Karnataka High Court stay order on airing any sleazy video of the swami.
Meanwhile, Yuvarani has filed a petition with the Chennai police commissioner, requesting him to ensure that the video is taken down from the Internet. In the petition, the actress said, “I’m not in a sexual relationship with Swami Nityananda and I’m hurt by the ongoing propaganda.” When contacted, Police Commissioner T Rajendran refused to divulge any details of the request.
Though Yuvarani wasn’t available for comment, sources close to her confirmed that she and Ranjitha were friends and they used to visit the swami regularly. The two actresses have also done Tamil films together.
According to sources, Nityananda has an ashram in Los Angeles where he used to go regularly with Ranjitha and Yuvarani. “The two actresses used to accompany him to striptease parties in the US,” said the source, adding that Nityananda used to wear denim jeans and T-shirts when he was in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, the Karnataka High Court took up the petition filed by Nityananda asking for a stay on proceedings for hearing yesterday. It has adjourned the case until Thursday and has issued notices to the state government and the police asking them to submit documentary evidence in the next hearing.