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Not interested in taking legal action against the Mutt, says Tredwell

Not interested in taking legal action against the Mutt, says Tredwell

Kozhikode: Gail Tredwell, the former disciple of Mata Amritanandanmayi who came out with shocking revelations against her and the Mutt, has ruled out initiating any legal action against the Mutt.

In an e-mail communication with Madhyamam Daily, Tredwell said she would not take any legal action against the Mutt.

“Legal justice is not about dharma but about who has more money, the better lawyers and more influence. It is about the collusion of personal interests, business, politics, fame and power. Such legal procedures can drag on for decades affecting all parties involved, whether winners or losers. I am not interested in participating in that kind of justice,” Tredwell said adding “I believe in higher forms of justice and karma.”

Tredwell said she had been getting threatening e-mails from unidentified persons.

“Ever since the news of my book went viral in India, I have been inundated with requests to file criminal charges. I even get would-be official letters from unnamed officials on plain paper containing unsigned subtle threats.”

“Whatever I do, I must consider my personal safety.”

Tredwell reiterated whatever she had written in her book, “Holy Hell,” was absolute truth.

“It is my personal story and covers twenty years spent as personal attendant to my ex-Guru. I have simply shared “some” of what I witnessed and experienced.”

She further said that the book was written as a warning to spiritual seekers about the dangers of blind faith.

“I do not seek punishment for any individuals or institutions. I am not on any crusade. My book is not an attack on any person, institution, country or religion. My personal story is told from within the context of my life, from the setting of my surroundings and its functioning.”

“I have no religious, nor political, nor judicial agenda or affiliations,” she clarified.

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