Elephant Man’s Immigration Case Dismissed By The Courts

The 2020 charge of breaches of the Immigration and Perjury Acts that was laid against Oneal Bryan, otherwise known as Elephant Man in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court was dismissed today, April 5.

Reports arising from this case are that the entertainer failed to declare to an immigration officer at the Sangster International Airport in St James on March 20, 2020, that he travelled to Germany. This was a destination placed on the list of restricted countries by the Government of Jamaica due to a surge in the coronavirus pandemic at that time.


At the trial today, Parish Judge Leighton Morris who was set to preside over the matter dismissed the case for the entertainer and his co-accused DJ Kevin Shields, after the prosecution lacked sufficient evidence.

If convicted of the charges, Elephant Man would have been fined a grand penalty of $100 JMD.

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