Sevana fined $300,000 in death by dangerous driving case

Stevian Francis

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Reggae songstress Sevana was fined $300,000 dollars following the ruling in her death by dangerous driving case on Thursday.

The ruling was handed down on Thursday in the Westmoreland Circuit Court by justice Courtney Daye when Blake.

The case stems from a fatal accident last year in Westmoreland which claimed the life of a 32-year-old woman.

Sevana, whose real name is Anna Blake, is reported to have also been banned from driving for two years starting from the date of sentencing.

The “bit too shy” singer who hails from the Parish, was charged with death by dangerous driving following the accident which left Ordia Cordiel dead.

It was reported that in May of last year, Blake was driving her Honda City vehicle along the Scott Cove main road in Whitehouse, Westmoreland, when it collided with a Honda Fit which was traveling in the opposite direction.

Its understood that Cordiel, who was a passenger in the Honda Fit was critically injured following the crash and later admitted to the Black River Hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries.

The singer faced the prospects of two-years behind bars, however presiding judge Justice Daye in handing down the sentence, is said to have taken into consideration that she had pleaded guilty, shown remorse, accepted responsibility.

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