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Denfield Davis walks from allegations of un-lawful sexual intercourse Print E-mail
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Thursday, 03 May 2018 00:00

Back in 2015, a 15-year-old minor accused Denfield Davis, a mechanic of Evergreen Street, of having sexual intercourse with her on four different occasions. Due to those allegations, Davis was arrested and charged with five counts of unlawful sexual intercourse and one count of grievous harm upon the minor. He was initially arraigned on January 5, 2015 and remanded to the Belize Central Prison until he was successful in securing bail through attorney Bryan Neal at the Supreme Court.

Fast-forward to present date, when Davis was taken back to court, it was revealed that such allegations never happened. The minor, now 17-years-old, as well as her mother are both claiming that Davis and the minor never had sexual intercourse. According to both the alleged victim and her mother, they were pressured by a social worker and the police to sign a statement with the allegations against Davis. According to the mother, the social worker threatened to send her to prison and take away her children if she refused to sign the statement. The minor also gave that version of events.

With that, the DPP was forced to enter a nolle prosequi in the case against Davis which led to his freedom on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 before Supreme Court Judge Colin Williams.