Times of India reported that CCTV footage, collected from a five star hotel in Chandigarh, showed how Sreesanth had spent the following night of the tainted May 9 IPL match.
According to reports, Rajasthan Royals (RR) team had stayed in the five star hotel and total six CCTV cameras captured how the Kerala pacer, bookie Jiju Janardan and the other tainted player Ankeet Chavan met outside Sreesanth's hotel room, exchanged gift packets and went out with girls.
Their activities stretching from 10pm to 6am at the third floor foyer just outside their rooms were captured second by second. All team members reached hotel at 7:30 pm and the tainted players' suspicious activities began around 10 pm.
The report says, first Chavan along with Jiju was seen knocking at Sreesanth's room at 10.15pm. The duo carried gift bags in their hands. Sreesanth opened the door and began walking around while chattering with Chavan and Jiju.
The footage shows a Delhi policeman keeping an eye on the tainted players who kept on talking. Then the trio met a woman wearing a black tiered lace dress in the foyer. The woman was learnt to be around 20-year-old.
Sreesanth went into his room for change and soon two more men joined the team. At 10:55pm, Chavan, Sreesanth and the woman are seen leaving the hotel. After four hours, Sreesanth is again spotted with a different woman, attired in a white-and-black party dress at 2:19am.
They are trailed by Chavan, leading into the pacer's room where they stay for nearly an hour, shows the footage. At 3:55am, Sreesanth returns to the foyer.
He tumbles, nearly falls and then glides along the wall until he's helped by Chavan. The two disappear from the foyer for two hours. Sreesanth returns to the foyer alone with a packet in his hand at 5:35am.
Sreesanth, Chavan, Jiju and many more were arrested by Delhi police. It was reported that Sreesanth was accompanied by women in an SUV car outside a five star hotel in Mumbai at the time of his arrest. The Kerala pacer was drunk and had thrown tantrum at Delhi police officials who had gone to arrest him.