On Tuesday, January 4, reggae singer Sevana’s case for death by dangerous driving was heard in the Westmoreland Parish Court and according to Judge Steve Walters, the “Mango” singer should return for trial on October 31st.
Sevana, whose real name is Anna Blake, was offered $400,000 bail with no conditions after the ruling was handed down. The singer is being represented by attorney-at-law, Yushaine Morgan, in court he asked that Sevana be allowed to travel without restrictions to continue her budding career, he was granted those wishes.
Sevana who is now 30 years old, was charged for causing death by dangerous driving after she was involved in a crash along the Scott Cove main road in White house of her native Parish of Westmoreland. On the day of the crash, Sevana was reportedly driving a Honda City motor car on her way to Kingston, she collided with a Honda Fit, containing Ordia Cordiel who got severe injuries from the crash resulting in her admission to the Black River Hospital.
The woman eventually passed away on the 30th of May, resulting in the “Bit Too Shy” artiste being charged for the incident in June, then going on to have 4 court appearances after.
The female Reggae singer is well known for her part played as a part of a group called “SLR” which did well some time ago in the Digicel Rising Stars competition, after going on to be recruited by entertainer Protoje to be a part of his indiggnation collective which has seen the singer creating masterpieces such as “Mango” and “Set Me on Fire”.