NO BAIL FOR BOUNTY KILLA
Bounty Killa was again denied bail when he appeared before the Corporate Area Criminal Court this morning.
The troubled dancehall deejay is to return to court on Friday, April 16.
Defense attorney Linda Wright made a bail application for Bounty, however, Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey said she will decide on Friday whether to grant him bail.
She said she need time to consider the legal authorities cited by Ms Wright as to why Bounty Killa should get bail. The dancehall deejay remains in lockup until then.
Last Wednesday, Bounty Killa was denied bail and forced to spend a week behind bars.
The “Angry, Cross and Miserable” deejay is accused of domestic abuse stemming from an incident at his East Kingston Apartment in St. Andrew.
Allegations are that, Killa’s female companion decided to end their three year relationship. The deejay refused and reportedly attacked her physically.
A report was made to the police and following investigations a warrant was issued for his arrest. Bounty Killa is also accused of using his one phone call to threaten the woman in the presence of the police.
Bounty Killa currently has several charges including ganja possession, traffic violation and gun charges looming over his head.The veteran deejay is also one of several entertainers whose US visas were recently revoked.