Capleton’s rape case has been delayed until later this month following a bomb threat in the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court.
The Reggae star was back in court on September 4 as his trial resumed, however, a bomb scare halted the hearing at the Half-Way-Tree court.
The entertainer’s lawyer, Christopher Townsend, explained that the court time was shortened and all the matter was adjourned to other dates.
The attorney explained to media reporters that he made contact with the police who are investigating the matter.
He also revealed that he was informed that the Center For Investigation Of Sexual Offences & Child Abuse (CISOCA) is having difficulty trying to get in touch with the woman who accused Capleton for rape and extortion. She is reportedly wanted for questioning.
Up to this time, the the accuser hasn’t presented herself for questioning and investigators are still trying to locate her, according to the lawyer.
The “Fyah Man” deejay is to reappear in court on September 21.
Capleton was arrested and charged with rape after he was accused by a hairdresser that he forced himself upon her. The Jamaican artist has since denied the accusations claiming he was extorted.