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Like the saying “Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.” So why doesn’t this same rhyme apply to celebrities? They commit the crimes, but they can sometimes get away with it.
For a long time, celebrities have been role models for kids and citizens across the United States and the world. Celebrities are perfect images of what people strive to be, yet they are never perfect, they make mistakes like you and me.
But some mistakes are more than just mistakes – sometimes, they break the law. And it is assumed that if someone breaks the law, they are supposed to pay for their actions.
Well-known Jamaican reggae performer Jah Cure was captured in the Netherlands for supposedly cutting an advertiser in the midsection during a quarrel on October 1, Jamaica Star announced. The performer was on a European visit before his capture.
Jah Cure or Iyah Cure conceived Siccature Alcock on 11 October 1978 in Hanover, Jamaica is a Jamaican reggae performer, who was brought up in Kingston. He was given the name Jah Cure by Capleton whom he got while filling together in Kingston. Jah Cure is otherwise called the King of Lovers Rock and Roots Reggae.
The casualty the Royal Soldier vocalist is said to have cut was recognized as 45-year-old Nicardo 'Dad' Blake. Following the cutting, specialists said the casualty announced the occurrence to police before he was in the blink of an eye taken to a clinic for a medical procedure. The 42-year-old suspect was captured at Utrecht's downtown area daily after the occurrence.
The occurrence allegedly happened at Dam Square, which is situated in the European country's capital city of Amsterdam.
Furthermore, however, the cutting was affirmed by the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service, the body didn't unveil any further subtleties because of security limitations.
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