Bangalore, Jan 13 (Agencies): K Lenin, former driver of self-styled godman Nityananda, on Wednesday moved the Karnataka High Court against a complaint filed against him by one of the devotees of the swami.

Lenin prayed for squashing the complaint and granting an interim stay. The case will come up for hearing on January 15.

Anjula Jackson, in her complaint, had claimed that Lenin committed various offences under provisions of the Indian Penal Code when making the purported sleaze video allegedly involving Nityananda and an actress.

Lenin, she said, had violated the Indecent Representation of Women Act and the Information Technology Act and had also trespassed into private property when shooting the video.

Anjula's complaint against Lenin follows the recent filing of two separate complaints involving him by two other women devotees of Nithyananda, including the actress, Ranjita.

The actress and another devotee Ma Nithya Supriyananda had in December filed a complaint of attempted rape, threat to life and extortion against Lenin.

Ranjita had alleged that Lenin had made sexual advances towards her and doctored the said video.

Supriyananda in her complaint had alleged that Lenin had attempted to rape her, made threats to life and made remarks against her community, which falls in scheduled caste category.