- ...3 days ago, he told her: I attempted sexual liaison (twice) despite your clear reluctanceIn email to victim, Tejpal admitted to attempted 'sexual liaison'Sexual assault case: Goa Police books Tehelka editor Tarun Tejpal for rapeTehelka sexual assault case: Ready to provide information to police, says Shoma Chaudhury
I have sent a mail earlier in the morning to them and I will be sending stuff," she told reporters.
On the contention that she can be charged with destruction of evidence, Chaudhury said no such case is made out and repeated her defence that she had got the editor "to step down and apologise" despite "the fact that there is different version".
Her remarks yesterday that Tejpal had a "different version", had drawn the ire of activists, who said it amounted to character assassination of the victim.
"If I am accused of destruction of evidence which is not the case as again and again I am telling you, the public record will show. I'll play itself out.
"The law will take its course.... I have already said that getting the editor to step down or an unconditional apology despite the fact that there is a different version is not destruction of evidence," she said today.
The issue came into limelight when the email by the woman journalist of his magazine alleging sexual assault was made public and Tejpal announced on Wednesday night that he was "recusing" from his job for six months.