The legal team has alleged that Michel was unlawfully handed over to the Government of India, the procedure resembling more rendition than a lawful extradition process.
Christian Michel wished to attend the holy mass on the Easter day and wanted to make offerings during those holidays.
The report was filed in a sealed cover before Special Judge Arvind Kumar, which reportedly includes some call record details and video footage.
ED's special public prosecutors D P Singh and N K Matta claimed that the matter was "serious".
The court also listed Michel's plea seeking a 'free and fair' trial as the fresh supplementary chargesheet filed in the case was accessed by some media outlets for further hearing on April 12.
Michel's counsel claimed that the copy of the charge sheet was provided to the media before it was provided to the middleman.
The Enforcement Directorate on Thursday filed a supplementary charge sheet in the AgustaWestland scam in a Delhi court.
The central probe agency, in its 3,000-page supplementary chargesheet with 52 main pages, also named David Syms, Michel's 'business partner', and two firms owned by them as accused.
The Human Resource Development Minister said the government will ensure that the money looted from the country is returned to the nation.
VVIP chopper case: HC seeks CBI, Christian Michel's reply on Tihar Jail plea against his phone calls
The trial court had in January allowed Michel to make international phone calls to his family, friends and lawyers and he was granted 15 minutes a week for making calls.
Special judge Arvind Kumar directed the jail authorities to bring the CCTV recording of February 13 to 17 of jail number 7, where Michel was kept last month.
The authorities also told Special Judge Arvind Kumar that the accused had been granted all facilities according to the jail manual.
The authorities also told Special Judge Arvind Kumar that the accused was granted all the facilities according to the jail manual.
AgustaWestland case: Rakesh Asthana threatened to make my life hell, Christian Michel tells Delhi court
Michel also told the court that he was put in the prison with 16-17 Kashmiri separatist leaders.
The court had earlier lashed out at the jail's authorities for failing to justify the shifting of Michel to a high-security cell in isolation, saying it will start an inquiry if it does not get a prop