Reggae singer Anna-Sharé Blake, professionally known as Sevana, will be tried for death by dangerous driving at the Westmoreland Circuit Court today. According to reports, Blake’s attorney, Yushaine Morgan, will no longer be representing her at today’s trial.
Blake was charged following a 2021 incident wherein she was driving on May 17, a week after acquiring her driver’s licence when she crashed. There was one fatality from the collision; a female motorist identified as Ordia Cordiel.
Reports state that Blake was travelling in a Honda City on the Scotts Cove main road in Whitehouse, Westmoreland. She collided with Cordiel, who was driving a Honda Fit in the opposite direction. Cordiel was severely injured in the incident and succumbed to her wounds on May 30 at the Black River Hospital.
Following the incident, Blake was represented by Yushaine Morgan, who asked that his client be given unrestricted travel rights to advance her career. She was presented with an unconditional bail offer of $400,000.
Meanwhile, Blake is promoting her single “Lowe Mi,” produced by Pantha. The nature-inspired video, launched in June, has since garnered over 1.1 million views on YouTube.
Watch Sevana’s “Lowe Mi” music video below.
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