Tommy Lee Sparta Could Cash In On US $3 Million Lawsuit

Tommy Lee Sparta may never have to work again if he wins a US$3 million lawsuit  filed against the Government of Dominica over the cancellation of a 2014 concert caused by what is described as the “unlawful arrest, detention and deportation of the deejay and his entourage without cause.

Cabral Douglas, the son of former Dominica Prime Minister Rosie Douglas, today disclosed in a release that he filed legal proceedings in the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on August 24.

“I am pleased to announce that formal legal proceedings have been commenced at the Trinidad based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) against the Government of Dominica on my behalf. Article 222 of the Revised Treaty requires natural persons and corporations seeking the original jurisdiction of the court to seek special leave to be heard. So I have done that and the Government of Dominica has been served the relevant documents…” Douglas, a lawyer by profession, said in the release.

“So after a long winded and unsuccessful negotiation process, I look forward to the opportunity to prove my case in Trinidad,” he added.

Source: Tommy Lee Sparta could cash in on US$3 M lawsuit – Dancehall and Reggae News

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.