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Don Creary on second rape charge, denies allegation

Published:Tuesday | September 15, 2015 | 4:06 PM
Don Creary arrives at the Half-WayTree Resident Magistrate's court on Friday. He will return on Thursday on a second rape charge.

Former Jamaica Labour Party councillor Don Creary has been charged with a second case of rape.

Creary, who is also a businessman was charged following a question and answer session today in the presence of his lawyer, Tom Tavares-Finson.

It's alleged that in June this year, Creary raped the 19-year-old woman at an apartment in Meadowbrook, St Andrew.

The woman reported the matter to investigators in July.

The 48-year-old former politician has denied the allegation.

It is reported that both Creary and the woman admitted to police investigators that they were in a relationship.

Last week, Creary was charged with another case of rape.

READ: Don Creary remanded, Shaneke Williams granted bail

He is to appear in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court Thursday on both charges, when a bail application is also expected to be made.

Twenty-two year-old Shaneke Williams, Creary's co-accused, is charged with aiding and abetting and sexual touching in connection with the first case.