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Lord Evil gets bail, other charges dropped

TAMEISHA SOBERS, [email protected]

Lord Evil gets bail, other charges dropped

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TWO CHARGES brought against Andre “Lord Evil” Jackman were dismissed after the complainants dropped the charges

The matters related to an assault against a woman and damage of property at Club Rehab.

However, Prosecutor Station Sergeant Neville Reid objected to bail for a third charge related to unlawful violence.

Attorney for the accused Andrew Pilgrim successfully argued for bail for his client who he said was often “portrayed as a dangerous creature”.

In his making his submission before Magistrate Douglas Frederick in District A Criminal Court No. 1 today, Pilgrim said Jackman, who is unemployed, received an inordinate amount of  press, often being followed everywhere he went.

Jackman, 37, of Stroud Bay, Crab Hill, St Lucy, was released on $5 000 bail on the charge of unlawful violence.

The incident reportedly occurred during a bachelor party at Club Rehab. Jackman is soon to be married. (TKS)