Social media influencer, Sapna Gill has filed a bail plea before a Magistrate Court Andheri in the case registered against her for allegedly attacking Indian cricketer Prithvi Shaw and his friends outside Hotel Sahara Star in Mumbai's Santacruz..Earlier today, she was remanded to judicial custody after police custody ended.Five persons were arrested in the case last week. Gill and co-accused Shobit Thakur were arrested on February 18. Gill was then produced before the Andheri Magistrate on Saturday who remanded her to police custody till February 20 (today)..In her bail plea, Gill termed the allegations against her as completely false and baseless. She has also contended that the criminal case filed against her and Thakur is malicious and an attempt by Shaw "to hide his own criminal acts by misusing the Criminal Justice system.".Gill further asserted that it was Shaw and his associates who had launched an attack on her friend, Thakur. Gill claimed that after they approached Shaw for photographs, they were met with hostility, which led to Thakur being assaulted by Shaw and his associates. Amid efforts by Gill to de-escalate the situation, she was also caught in the violence, as per the bail plea. .Gill further stated that her phone was violently thrown to the floor during the exchange before she and Thakur were illegally thrown out of the hotel. She added that they were threatened with a baseball bat and chased around the city as well. Efforts were also made to secure the help of the Airport Authorities near Airport Road and the Police at the Oshiwara Police station to no avail, Gill said. Notably, she also submitted that a pen-drive of the alleged incident can be produced before the Court, as and when required. .The complaint filed by Shaw's friend had alleged that Shaw was harassed by Gill and Thakur for more photographs, after they had taken a few selfies with him. When Shaw refused to pose for more selfies, the two allegedly misbehaved with him and later attacked them. The complaint alleged that when Shaw and his friends were leaving the hotel at 4 am in the morning, Gill and others arrived on motorcycles to abuse Shaw and his friend and damage his car's windshield with a bat. After this, Gill allegedly threatened Shaw with a false complaint and demanded payment of ₹50,000 to back off. .On the basis of this complaint, an FIR was registered against Gill, Thakur and others for the alleged offences of rioting, extortion and criminal intimidation under the Indian Penal Code (IPC).The Oshiwara police added a charge under Section 387, IPC (putting person in fear of death or of grievous hurt, in order to commit extortion) after watching the video recording of the incident.