Kochi: A 30-year-old woman filed a case on Sunday alleging that former Kerala transport minister and opposition legislator Jose Thettayil and his son "exploited" her.
The woman approached the Aluva police on Sunday and handed over a 15-page complaint, along with a CD, claiming that the father-son duo "used" her. The 30-year-old alleged that the 62-year-old former minister reneged on a promise that his son would marry her.
Meanwhile, TV channel here aired visuals of the allegedly of the former minister with the woman.
The Aluva police registered a case against the Janata Dal(S) legislator and his son Adarsh.
State Home Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan said the crime branch of the police would probe the matter.
The woman, who holds a Master's degree in computer applications, reportedly testified before a team of police officials, offering details of the manner of her "exploitation" by the father-son duo.
Reacting to the allegations, Thettayil said he has a nearly four-year-old acquaintance with the woman, but there was no question at all of his son marrying her.