L.A. Lewis Granted Bail, Returns To Court November

Controversial dancehall deejay L.A. Lewis was offered $50,000 bail after appearing in the court yesterday.

Lewis, who appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate Court on Wednesday, was detained and spend a night in jail, after it was reported that a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Lewis, whose real name is Horace Lewis, was ordered remanded by Senior Magistrate Judith Pusey notwithstanding an application by his attorneys, Charles Ganga-Singh and Coleen Lewis, to vacate the warrant.

The National Solid Waste Management Authority NSWMA, has accused Lewis of several graffiti on walls in the West Kingston constituency.

The self proclaimed 7-star general is trying to become a political candidate for the Opposition People’s National Party in the constituency.

L.A. Lewis will return to court on November 28 for trial.