HAMILTON — Member of Parliament Nandi Outerbridge was arrested in connection with a “domestic matter” last Friday.
She presented herself to Hamilton Police Station and was later released on police bail.
The development after it was first reported was met with a wall of silence from authorities, but two trusted sources subsequently confirmed it.
One of our sources confirmed that the St. George’s West MP had been arrested in connection with “a domestic matter”.
Police declined to comment, stating that it was not appropriate to speak about people who had been arrested.
Lawyer Saul Froomkin also declined to comment — but he did confirm he was representing Outerbridge, who won her seat in last December’s General Election by just four votes.
When asked about the arrest, a party spokesman said: “This is a personal matter, and all questions should be addressed to Nandi’s lawyer.” (Bermuda Sun)
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