A few days after Dileep's arrest, his wife and actress Kavya Madhavan deactivated her Facebook account and also the official Facebook page of Laksyah, her online clothing store.

According to reports, Kavya's Facebook page was flooded with abusive messages, pictures and memes, after the police arrested Dileep on July 10. The actor has been arrested on charges of conspiracy in the Kochi actress attack case. 

The official Facebook page of Laksyah, Kavya's online clothing store, was also deactivated. The Kerala police had recently raided the Laksyah boutique in Kochi from where they allegedly found some evidence against Dileep. The main accused Pulsar Suni’s controversial letter from prison had mentioned ‘a Kakkanad shop’. Suni had apparently reached the shop after the incident to hand over a memory card.
 
A search for her Facebook page on July 11 had showed this:​

 

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However, it seems Kavya just couldn’t keep herself away from social media for long as her Facebook page has now appeared again. Interestingly, she has also changed her Facebook cover photo; she has now shared a poster of her last movie Pinneyum (Once Again). Kavya has also tagged the poster 'Not just a love story'. 

 

More memes, please: Kavya Madhavan's back on Facebook after two-day exile

 

Rumours are rife that the Special Investigation Team (SIT) is likely to interrogate Kavya too in the actress attack case. Kavya was last spotted in public with Dileep at the Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple a few days before the actor was arrested. However, Dileep's daughter Meenakshi was not with them during the temple visit. 

While the police are yet to ascertain whether the actress was part of the conspiracy, sources say Kavya and her mother Shyamala will be questioned soon in connection with the case. The Kerala police are also keeping an eye on the movements of the mother-daughter duo as they do not want them to go out of the state.