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The famous musican, Kelvyn Boy has been accused of assaulting Deborah, his girlfriend.
The artiste born Kelvin Boy was accused of stamping on Deborah's ribs and hitting her back and right hand with an iron rod several times.
He was sent to the circuit court. The court has granted a ¢200,000 bail after he was remanded in police custody for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.
He pleaded not guilty after being remanded on Monday.
His girlfriend Deborah , is a trader who has been in a relationship with Kelvyn Boy for more than 10 years. Deborah is having two daughters with Kelvyn Boy.
According to the prosecution, “ the relationship has been full of abuse". He said "Kelvyn pushed Deborah out of his house and used an iron rod to hit her back and right-hand several times until she was rescued by a motorbike rider who had taken her to the said building."
Eventually, the case has been adjourned to Friday, March 18, 2022.
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