Weeks after popular make-up artiste, Lolita Callendar called “Lola” was released from prison in the British Virgin Islands for falsifying her HIV test, her assault trial today continued in the Georgetown Magistrate’s Courts.

Callendar, 28, of Lot 231 East Ruimveldt Housing Scheme, had pleaded not guilty to the charge which alleged that on April 6, 2018, at Leopold Street, Georgetown she caused grievous bodily harm to Onika Pompey.

When the matter was called this afternoon in the courtroom of Principal Magistrate Faith McGusty, Callendar’s lawyer told the court that Pompey will not be proceeding with the matter against his client.

Pompey stood before the Magistrate and stated “I don’t want her to go to jail. She have done so much for the country and she is a role model.”

She added, “I just want to be compensated because I need to fix my edges which was ripped out. I need the money to fix it because it is expensive.”

Magistrate McGusty, after listening to both sides, adjourned the matter until November 14 for report.

According to information, on the day question, ‘Lola’ and Pompey had a misunderstanding, which resulted in a scuffle.

It was reported that Pompey received lacerations about her body including several bites.

Last June, Callendar was sentenced to six months behind bars in the British Virgin Islands.

According to information received, in April last, the woman had a male take an HIV test under the name “Lolita Callendar.”

When the individual went to collect the results, he was in the company of the actual Lolita Callendar. At this point, the duo, upon collecting the results, informed the staff that they needed the “Male” to be replaced with “Female.”

This caused the staffers at the medical institute to call in the police and Lola was arrested.


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