‘Lola Doll’ to compensate Makeup Artist $200k
Popular Makeup Artist (MUA) Lolita Callender-Skelton popularly known as ‘Lola Doll’ was on Friday ordered to compensate fellow MUA Onika Pompey for injuries received during a brawl on April 6, 2018.
Callender-Skelton, 29 of East Ruimveldt Housing, Georgetown, was last year found guilty of the allegation by City Magistrate Faith McGusty.
During Friday’s proceedings, Callender-Skelton maintained her innocence and opted to compensate Pompey $100,000.
However, Pompey requested more money on the grounds that ‘Lola’ pulled out her edges during the brawl and her edges are yet to grow back.
The matter was stood down to allow the parties to come to an agreement because Callender-Skelton claimed that she does not have any money.
When the matter was recalled, Callender-Skelton said she will compensate Pompey $200,000. Magistrate McGusty ordered that the money be repaid by February 4, 2020.