In a interview with Aruna the Sinhalese newspaper run by the Derana group the woman, whose name Colombo Telegraph has decided to withhold for ethical reasons told a journalist that SDIG Waidyalankara had stripped in his office shoved her on a desk and ‘licked’ her all over.
In the Aruna interview she said Waidyalankara had chased her out of his office after she insulted him while he was in the nude and she had fled down the stairs. Officers at the reception had asked her what had happened and she told them to send their boss a glass of cool water she told the interviewer.
She claimed that SDIG Waidyalankara had obtained a bribe from the company she had lodged the complaint about to stall the investigation and also tried to sexually molest her.
She also told the newspaper that Ravi Waidyalankara had initially told her that her complaint had opened the door to a massive FCID investigation.
According to the newspaper report the woman has also lodged a complaint with the CID which is investigating SDIG Waidyalankara for corruption.
Waidyalankara was suddenly sacked from his position as head of the FCID when President Maithripala Sirisena decided to cancel his contract extension one month before it was scheduled to expire. Several agencies are investigating the former FCID boss for corruption and sabotage.