Make-up Artists charged with wounding each other
Two popular make-up artists (MUA) on Monday found themselves before Magistrate Judy Latchman charged with wounding each other during a fight at Leopold Street, Georgetown.
Lolita Callender, 27 of East Ruimveldt Housing a Scheme, popularly known as ‘Lola’ denied that on April 6, 2018, at Leopold Street she inflicted grievous bodily harm onto Onika Pompey.
Pompey was charged with unlawfully wounding Callender on the day in question. The 28-year-old woman of Bel Air, Georgetown denied the charge.
According to police prosecutor, Arwin Moore both parties are known to each other but are not on speaking terms and on the day in question, there was a misunderstanding between the two women which resulted in a fight.
Moore explained that Pompey received injuries about her body including bite marks.
Callender told the court that she lost 5 fingernails during the fight.
The Magistrate released the women on $80,000 bail each and the matter was adjourned to April 17, 2018.