Kerala Police has sought a brain mapping and lie detector test, along with a detailed medical check-up, for the woman who had bobbited a godman in Thiruvananthapuram last month while reportedly resisting his rape attempt.

The police made the request at a local court in the capital, after the woman claimed the police has been fabricating stories about the case. She also stated that she no longer has faith in police probe and wished for a CBI investigation in the case, according to an IANS report.

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The development came as the court extended the judicial remand of godman Sreehari aka Swami Gangeshananda till July 1. The controversial case, which grabbed national headlines, has undergone a few twists and turns since the incident took place on May 18.

After the incident, the 23-year-old woman had told the police that she chopped off Sreehari's genitals after he tried to rape her. The woman also said the godman, who used to visit her home to do 'pujas' for her bedridden father, has sexually abused her for several years. Her statement was also recorded at a local court that day. The godman, on the other hand, claimed that he tried to sever the penis himself as it was "useless to a swami like him".

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However, the woman changed her statement earlier this week and said that the godman never misbehaved with her. She also stressed that she did not attack Sreehari and that the police fabricated the story. The woman made the statement through a letter, which has now been submitted by the godman's counsel to the court.

The first twist in the case came last month when the woman's mother in a letter to Kerala Police chiefs said her daughter was not keeping in the best of mental health and that the godman had never harassed her.