Assault and larceny charges against TIP heroine receive attention of DPP
Simona Broomes is being represented by Attorneys-at-Law Nigel Hughes, Joseph Harman and Raphael Trotman.
The Lawyers made a request for the matter to be inquired into, by the Chambers of the DPP, according to Trotman.
Trotman believes that the way in which the Police arrested Broomes can be seen as a way to intimidate his client.
Broomes after visiting the DPP’s office on Monday morning with her Lawyer told this Newscast that her representation by the three lawyers is voluntary and she is pleased with the assistance.
Broomes was arrested August 26 after a woman by the name of Ann-Marie Carter, who was found guilty by the court for human trafficking, told the Police that Broomes assaulted her back in April.
The woman is also claiming that Broomes stole her gold chain. The GWMO President was made to pay 10 thousand dollars bail for her release after being arrested by Police.