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Posted: January 21, 2010
K'Shema Francis's picture

Troubled dancehall deejay Zebra and his common law wife will remain caged until March 27 when their case will be mentioned again.

Reports are that the deejay allegedly sexually molested his 13 year old stepdaughter on two occasions in April last year.

The youngster initially confided in her mother, Zebra’s common law wife, but it wasn’t until the teen told other family members that the matter was reported to the police.

The child’s mother, who was offered 60 thousand dollars bail, is also being charged with negligence. Both Zebra and his common law wife will return to the Linstead Criminal Court.

All this is subsequent to Zebra recent release from prison after serving time for rape.

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