The woman tendered apologies to the actor and TV anchor, who were named by her in the case, for making false allegations against them.
Earlier, the police had received a complaint from the woman, stating she was raped by 130 persons, including prominent persons in the city.
The girl was raped for months at Maruthi Home, an NGO for child care at Ameenpur, and later assaulted by her uncle.
The victim's mother is the man's fourth wife, while the accused is the third husband to the victim's mother.
A 70-year-old man allegedly raped a mentally-disabled girl at Kistaipally village in Bollaram on Thursday.
For instance, unwanted physical contact, touching and pinching were reported by nearly 80 women, sexist comments were faced by 81.
The 45-year-old had sexually assaulted them on several occasions in the past.
Pokala Shiva took the victim with him to a bakery under the pretext of offering a cake and raped her brutally in the kitchen.
The girl had returned from school and was playing outside her house when the offender, Harichand Singh, picked her up and took her to his room.
The court reminded Twitter that it had earlier in a similar matter imposed costs of Rs 10 lakh on media houses for revealing identity of a minor rape victim.
The committee will look into the aspects that led to the encounter and will also monitor the probe by the SIT into the case.
Police are now probing if he had misbehaved with any other student in the past.
After arriving at the Gandhi Hospital, the team first inquired with the kin of the deceased if they had any doubts or wanted any clarifications.
The accused person took the woman to a construction site in Godhumakunta village by promising her that he will provide her some cement-filling job.
Rajender said many people consider human life more precious than any other, and to end the evil of rape and hence, a transformational change must be brought in society.