Defence says no case against woman charged with assault on PM’s son

‘His evidence, I submit, is unreliable; his entire evidence’

The attorney for Tenza Lane, the woman accused of attacking of the Prime Minister’s son and his fiancée, yesterday argued that there was no case made out against her client, who will soon know her fate.

Lane, 18, is facing three charges following an alleged confrontation between Samuel Hinds Jnr and his fiancée, Sonia Herbert, who is also Lane’s sister, on February 27. An alleged scuffle earned Lane two threatening behaviour charges along with an assault charge.

Lane had been placed on bail on March 21 after denying the allegations …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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